Byblos Sur Mer launches at InterCon Abu Dhabi

Latest F&B concept offers authentic Lebanese cuisine in a beach-front setting

Byblos Sur Mer at InterContinental Abu Dhabi.
Byblos Sur Mer at InterContinental Abu Dhabi.

InterContinental Abu Dhabi has opened its latest F&B venue, Byblos Sur Mer, which offers a Lebanese dining experience in a beach front setting.

Byblos Sur Mer, translated to English as ‘Byblos by the Seaside’, is located in the hotel’s private marina, and features decor reminiscent of traditional Phoenician citadels

“At InterContinental Abu Dhabi we are constantly bringing together the elegance and sophistication of the modern world with world-class traditional flavours,” said InterContinental Abu Dhabi general manager Ivor Prestwood. “That is what Byblos Sur Mer is all about.

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“We want diners to experience the best of Lebanese cuisine, and for this reason our team is led by experts in their craft.”

The 300-seat restaurant is set over two floors. The ground floor and terrace will be the exclusive dining areas, where guests will be able to enjoy the seaside view. The second floor will host Byblos Sur Mer’s lounge bar where singers and performers will entertain guests throughout the evening.

Chefs at the restaurant have created a menu comprising a selection of flavours with mezzeh grills, marinades and Lebanese sweets. In addition, guests will also be served freshly baked dishes from the onsite Lebanese bread baker.

Currently open for lunch, sundowners and dinner, the restaurant will also open for breakfast in the coming months.

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