Al Raha Beach Hotel launches specialty nights and a brunch

The Abu Dhabi property is hosting Mexican, Mediterranean, and BBQ nights

There's a seafood brunch at Sevilla
There's a seafood brunch at Sevilla

Al Raha Beach Hotel, a 5-star beachfront property in Abu Dhabi, has announced three specialty nights and a fish market brunch at its all-day dining restaurant Sevilla starting this month.

Guests can relish from the diverse ‘Mexican Fiesta, Mediterranean, and BBQ’ cuisines and a special fish display prepared by their award winning chefs.

Guests can enjoy exotic Mexican delights during the ‘Mexican Fiesta Night’ every Tuesday from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Priced at AED149 per person, the culinary team will serve a variety of authentic offerings including a chilaquiles, live quesadilla and fajita station, tostadas, guacamole, tacos al pastor and much more accompanied by appetizing condiments.

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‘Mediterranean Night’ scheduled every Wednesday from 07:00 pm to 11:00 pm will serve mouthwatering Mediterranean dishes prepared with the finest ingredients. Delicacies such as shrimps, saganaki, veal emincee station, salmorejo, dried beef station with egg and salmon couillibiac are sure to appeal. Priced at AED 149 per person.

‘BBQ Night’ will see an extensive selection of seafood and cuts of meat on offer to be cooked as per the guest’s preference from rare to well done and will be served along with sides, appetizers and desserts. Hosted every Thursday from 07:00 pm to 11:00 pm, BBQ Night is priced at AED169 per person.

The Fish Market Brunch will take place every Friday from 1pm to 4pm and is priced at AED260 per person.

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