Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara revamps menu Burj Al Arab seafood restaurant launches sharing concept By Amy Mathieson 27 July 2017 A new menu is now ready to try out at Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara. The upmarket Burj Al Arab restaurant, which has a central aquarium that diners sit around, has a reworked menu based around the current trend towards social eating. As expected, it’s going to set you back a bit, but dishes are designed to showcase the super-fresh, top-notch seafood that top chef Outlaw has made his name with. SIMILAR ARTICLES Candypants launches new ‘Dim Sum Disco’ brunch Health food chain Under 500 to give away 1,000 free meals Italian restaurant Da Vinci’s to hold ‘Music Fest Perugia’ Dubai’s The Beach offering 20 percent off at 24 restaurants It’s the most extensive menu revamp the restaurant has undergone since the British chef took to the helm in September 2016. New creations are designed for sharing and include “A Little Taste of Everything” seafood platter, featuring Scottish scallops, Cornish oysters and shrimp from Madagascar. For something more substantial there’s a roast monkfish tail with potted shrimp butter and baked celeriac, or grilled tiger prawns with asparagus, roast garlic, parsley and lemon butter. If you’re after a treat, the new menu is available at lunch and dinner.Open daily 12.30pm-3.30pm, 7pm-11.30pm. Burj Al Arab, Umm Suqeim (04 301 7600).