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The Address Dubai Mall’s all-new Na3Na3 Terrace to host seafood night every Thursday in October
Na3Na3, the contemporary and trendy restaurant at The Address Dubai Mall, linked directly to The Dubai Mall in Downtown Dubai, has introduced a new outdoor dining area - Na3Na3 Terrace, which will also offer a seafood night every Thursday in October.
The outdoor terrace overlooks a 20 meter high waterfall and has a warm and welcoming ambience with wooden flooring and furniture. The Na3Na3 Terrace has a seating capacity for up to 30 visitors at a time.
The seafood night to be held at Na3Na3 Terrace and Restaurant every Thursday from 6:30pm to 11:30pm is priced AED 195 including soft drinks and AED 245 including selected beverages.
Among the delicacies served at the outlet include spicy gazpacho with chilled basil shrimp skewer as well as live cooking stations for grilled seafood.
For a selection of cold seafood served on ice, choose from poached shrimp, clams, mussels, oysters on the half shell, scallop ceviches and a variety of sauces and accompaniments. A seafood soup station in Arabic and French style will add to the experience.
Na3Na3 also offers an extensive salad bar with an array of options including lettuce leaves, vegetables, seeds, nuts, cheeses, vinaigrettes and assorted Arabic cold mezzeh. The dessert buffet with European and Arabic sweet specialties will tickle the taste buds.
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