Time Out Says
And buzzy Lebanese joint Ibn AlBahr, which is run by fisherman, is beachside dining at its very best – unfussy, great value for money and most importantly, consistently tasty.
Skip the main course menu and take your pick from the market-display of freshly caught local fish, prawns, crab and lobster that’s waiting to be cooked to order. Choose which cooking method you prefer – chargrilled butterflied, steamed or grilled in sea salt – and whether you’d like it served plain, with the restaurants own seasoning or a delicate blend of masala spices. Take a seat on the terrace or beach and enjoy the sea views.
We opt for chargrilled fish with the masala blend and it’s perfectly spiced and moreish.
The Lebanese offerings are equally delicious – order hot and cold mezze to share before your mains. From creamy hummus to fresh, zingy fattoush, everything wows.
The restaurant is packed with diners chattering away and digging into the fresh food with gusto – no wonder this outdoor spot is always packed.
If you’re looking for an al fresco bite to eat, this bright, seaside spot is a Palm Jumeirah hit time and again.
WHAT IS IT...
Charming seafood restaurant for a toes-in-the-sand dining experience
A multiple Time Out Dubai award-winner for good reason
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By Time Out Dubai staff | 16 Mar 2020
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