Crab Market, Dubai’s upcoming seafood restaurant will soon open in Emirates Financial Towers, DIFC. This new casual dining restaurant will offer fresh, delicious crab at affordable prices, served alongside stunning views of the Burj Khalifa and Dubai skyline.
A venture between Bulldozer Group and White Rabbit Family, the home-grown concept promises to be the missing piece in the city’s seafood scene. With a number of renowned restaurant concepts under its umbrella, Bulldozer Group has become synonymous with successful dining destinations in Dubai including Cipriani, Novikov, Eshak and Scalini.
The seafood restaurant will offer crab in all forms, cooked exactly to customer preferences and served alongside a selection of exquisite sauces. The diverse menu at Crab Market has been curated by award-winning Chef Vladimir Mukhin, who is #23 in the World’s 50 Best.
“This is a really exciting concept, and something that has not yet been seen in Dubai. Developing a diverse seafood menu and focusing on crab has been a real project of passion. We have created a selection of crab dishes, incorporating the best catch into our signature dishes and I am confident that guests will enjoy this unique experience,” says Mukhin.
“The launch of Crab Market brings together two key components – a star culinary team and an exciting, unique concept for the UAE. We wanted to create a new benchmark for a laid-back seafood dining that offers guests an exceptional selection of Crab that is easy on the pocket, compared to other restaurants in Dubai,” explains Alexander Orlov, co-founder of Bulldozer Group. “In collaboration with The White Rabbit family, we have applied our unique touch across the menu, interior design and ambiance to create an exemplary experience.”
Taking inspiration from fish markets around the world, the restaurant features an ice market and large tanks of sea water where guests can select their fresh seafood and live crabs. Involving their guests in the selection of their main ingredients, the restaurant also features a special claw crane that dips into a large crab tank.
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