Ossiano

A consistent hit in Palm Jumeirah that offers great service, top fish and a warm atmosphere

  • Ossiano
This restaurant has the wow factor. Diners descend a spiral staircase and are greeted by a huge aquarium teaming with sea life. The aquarium is the centre piece of this restaurant and you can’t help but be transfixed by watching schools of brightly coloured tropical fish, rays and sharks swoop around the spacious tank. Away from the aquarium, Ossiano is elegant, romantic and stylish with plush seating facing toward the tank. For a more intimate experience, the seats at the back of the restaurant offer additional privacy. The seafood on the menu is delectable, with a range of European cuisine, all beautifully-presented and portioned perfectly. This is a great venue for a special occasion or to make an impression; the food and decor will undoubtedly win over every guest. Ossiano
5 1

By Time Out Dubai staff | 27 April 2015

Location: - Palm Jumeirah
Tel: 04 426 2626
Travel: Atlantis, Palm Jumeirah
Cuisine: Seafood
Dresscode: Formal
Experiences: Alcohol available, Romantic, Live music
Times: Open daily 7pm-11.30pm
Price range: Dhs500+
Credit Cards Accepted: Yes
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  • Daniela May 10, 2012 01:17 pm
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    Spectacular atmosphere, you have the impression of eating under the sea! Very good seafood but also very very high prices (especially considering the portions' size); it's probably one of the most expensive restaurants I've ever eaten in Dubai!
    I particularly enjoyed the cappuccino seafood&mushroom soup that they serve as complimentary starter.
    You cannot find the same scenario anywhere else in Dubai, but you can eat as good in other places.
    Restaurant's waiters are giving you too much attention, I found it exaggerated and they don't leave you the intimacy that you might want when you go to such a restaurant!
  • aicha Mar 26, 2012 06:24 am
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    what iWould you go back to this restaurant? No


    Not what it used to be, is not spanish seafood or michelin style anymore, and the staff are RUDE.. specialy the Manager

    very dissapointed how much one restaurant can change over a year time

  • Chef, Oslo Jan 06, 2012 09:11 pm
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    It started well, with a warm welcome. As the grand set menu advanced, the attention from the staff got poorer and poorer. The winelist is extreemly overpriced and the price of the food makes you expect the best. Some of the dishes were superb, but some where of less quality and taste that you expect from a supermarket cafe. You get far better food for less money almost everywhere else, but the Aquarium is nice
  • Yuri and Olga (Honeymoon) Nov 27, 2011 04:24 pm
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    Not what it used to be, is not spanish seafood or michelin style anymore, and the staff are RUDE... very dissapointed how much one restaurant can change over a year time
  • shakila kumari Aug 16, 2011 09:16 am
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    food was wonderful just try once

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