The Fish House to launch at InterContinental Dubai Festival City

Seafood concept The Fish House will open on February 7, 2018, and will offer fresh ingredients and options for guests to customise their meals

Inside The Fish House
Inside The Fish House

Seafood concept The Fish House is set to open in the five-star InterContinental Dubai Festival City property on February 7, 2018.

The Fish House general manager Ben Nicholas said in a statement: "The centrepiece of The Fish House experience is our signature raw bar which houses our charcoal and wood grill, allowing our team to prepare your meal right at the heart of the venue. In addition, our hero Fish House Tower dishes are what sets us apart, showcasing an impressive assortment of premium fresh delicacies of the ocean. We cherish the food, the theatre and the atmosphere."

The cold bar houses the catch of the day on ice, enabling diners to interact with the chef whilst choosing how they would like to customise their dish through cooking style, side and sauce. Options include deep fried, pan fried, poached, oven baked, breaded and barbecued, offering something for everyone.

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The restaurant concept is inspired by local heritage, with fishing and pearl diving being integral to Emirati culture and life.

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