Catch - Abu Dhabi

Review: The reasons we named this the Best Seafood restaurant in the city
  • +5
    9

Time Out Says

PERMANENTLY CLOSED

In terms of seafood dishes, there isn’t much award-winner Catch doesn’t do. From sushi and ceviche starters to main courses of perfectly seared scallops and red snapper prepared papillotte-style, this contemporary, beach-front restaurant is a haven for seafood-lovers. Even if you’re not a fan of the ocean’s bounty, there’s plenty on the menu for you, too, including a number of tender, tasty wagyu beef dishes (you shouldn’t visit Catch for the steak, though).

The food selection features a culinary mix-and-match with heavy influence from the Far East and a smattering of Mediterranean and South American inspiration. Hokkaido scallops come atop wild rice risotto with yuzu and saffron sauce. The Canadian lobster is served with miso-chive butter and chimichurri sauce. Grilled prawns sit next to edamame and ginger purée and a kimchi-lemon butter sauce.

It’s all intriguing and inventive, with well balanced flavours and presented beautifully.

To top it off, gorgeous panoramic views of the Arabian Gulf (book a table on the terrace), good service and chilled-out, contemporary-style music from a violinist make Catch a must-visit.

The bottom line
Seafood and sea views that are hard to beat.

By Time Out Staff Writer  | 13 Dec 2017

Be the first to get all the latest Abu Dhabi news, reviews and deals into your inbox by signing up to our free newsletter, click here to sign up.

Details

Payment OptionsCredit Card
Show number +971 2 611 0909
Abu Dhabi, Al Khubeirah, Nation Riviera Beach Club, Corniche Road West
USERS SAY

Recommended for you in Restaurants

More party pictures from the Time Out Abu Dhabi Restaurant Awards

Make coffee at home that’s as good as your favourite café

Award ceremony highlights from the Abu Dhabi Restaurant Awards

Ditch the chopsticks if you want to blend in - really

Suzanne Husseini shares a chicken recipe with Time out

Why the Palestinian-born celebrity chef is the face of modern Arabic food