Friday, December 9, 2011

Red Lobster at Dubai Mall

I'm a seafood lover. Good thing I am not allergic to any, especially shrimp. One of the best dine in experiences for me always include Crustaceans.

Our recent food trip was in Dubai Mall and the latest craze, Reb Lobster, the seafood restaurant that has been America’s best for 40 years is now in the Middle East.

"Red Lobster is famous for its delicious and daily fresh seafood menu that is suited to every taste. Whether you like lobsters, shrimps, fresh fish, your best choice would be Red Lobster. The secret behind its delicious taste is in its unique wood-fire grill technique that gives the dishes the perfect flavor in a great atmosphere and affordable price."

To start of, Mom and yours truly are into experimenting with our taste buds and getting new drink in every place that we dine in.

This is Berry Mango Daiquiri (Dhs 18). It's a frozen combination of Caribbean flavor syrup  and tropical mangoes swirled and topped with sweet blended strawberries

Now I want to refrain what i said earlier, its not "Mom and yours truly," its only "mom" I guess. Because yours truly order the same drink over and over again.

My fave, Mojito (Dhs 16), prepared with a Caribbean flavor, mixed with margarita twist, and garnished with crushed crispy mint leave. Simply to die for.

let's get on with our foodies, below is Lobster Nachos (28), Crispy tortilla topped with langostino lobster meat, cremy Cheddar and Montery Jack cheese, fresh pico de gallo, Jalapeno peppers, and sour cream.

I don't know why we ordered 2 starters but anyway, I guess it is still better hitting 2 birds with one stone Haha, what am I saying?

Above is Red Lobster Garden Salad, a crispy mix of iceberg romaine lettuce, red cabbage and carrots, served with your choice of dressing. There is Italian, French, Ranch Thousand or Blue cheese. We chose the latter, I want to taste the blue cheese of course.

Here we go, Wood -Grilled lobster. The restaurant has a aquarium full of lobsters. Mom and yours truly shared this big of a seafood.

My dear Bella will show you how big our lobster was.

Which we paired with none other than rice.

While Far-ouT ordered a separate menu from himself, Wood-Grilled Lobster, shrimp and scallops (Dhs 85) its a split Maine Lobster tail and skewered jumbo shrimp and sea scallops with a buttery garlic finish, over wild rice pilaf.

 Just like in Aprons and Hammer, they also have aprons, but this ones are disposable. Aint it cute?

What a yummy seafood evening,

All the best,

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