Even before entering, we noticed right away the new logo on the wall at the entrance. What used to be a fish in front of waves surrounded by a square bamboo frame, was replaced with a simpler logo of the restaurant’s name and a fish at the background.
As soon as Hubby and I stepped into Fish Market, we immediately saw how spacious it had become. Heavy bamboo chairs had been replaced with seats, booths, and sofas with lots of pillows which allowed us to enjoy our meal very comfortably. There was also a long table for big groups at the side of the bar. The display of fresh seafood ready for the diners’ selection is now near to the kitchen, with the assorted vegetables just behind, and we couldn’t help notice that the lighting and colors now made the entire restaurant more bright and cheerful.
Of course a restaurant that undergoes these changes has to modify its menu, right? But fortunately, the old favourites were still there. What had particularly changed was the addition of salads, appetizers (called “Bites”), soups, and desserts. Yaaaay!
All of these we downed with glasses of water, fresh Pineapple Juice, and fresh Watermelon Juice.
Big thanks to Veronica, and Ben and his team at Fish Market for taking care of us. Our tummies were definitely happy that night.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Deira Creek
Baniyas Road, Deira, Dubai