Rockfish at Jumeirah Al Naseem launches summer tasting menus

The restaurant has new lunch and dinner menus

Rockfish, Jumeirah al naseem, Jumeirah, F&B

Rockfish, the Mediterranean seafood restaurant located at Jumeirah Al Naseem, has launched two new summer menus for both lunch and dinner, according to sister title Caterer Middle East.

The beachside venue’s new lunch menu has been curated by chef Marco and features his signature veal chop Milanese, line-caught sea bass, and other seafood delights. All finished off with a selection of desserts and petit fours.

It’s available on weekends until the end of September and is priced at AED235 for soft drinks and AED305 with wine.

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For dinner, the chef’s degustation menu starts with the likes of yellow fin tuna crudos followed by seared scallops and freshly made tortelli. It’s followed by line-caught sea bass or veal chop Milanese, with a cheesecake brûlée or shades of hazelnut and lemon for dessert.

It’s available until September 15, daily from Sunday to Thursday evenings and at weekends.

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