Seafire Steakhouse has grabbed the award for Best Steakhouse Restaurant in Dubai at Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards 2011, where the top chefs and industry officials converged for the 6th annual ceremony in association with VISA, held at The Ritz-Carlton, DIFC, marking the official launch of the 2011 Time Out Dubai Eating Out Guide.
“Dubai is shaping up to be the culinary capital of the world,” said James Alexander, Editorial Director of Time Out GCC. “With continued high profile openings, and more than a thousand restaurants spanning the spectrum of world cuisines, the food scene here in Dubai only gets more exciting. Our awards celebrate the best of the best across 21 award categories, with decisions based on strict criteria that take into account the whole dining experience, from the quality of the ingredients and the skills of the chef, to the service, atmosphere and value for money.”
Seafire is a modern steakhouse boasting an exceptional butchery, an open theatrical kitchen and a walk-in wine cellar with more than 3,500 bottles. Located in The Avenues at Atlantis The Palm, Dubai, a luxuriously colourful marketplace, that is a haven of superlative dining and world-class shopping. In addition, the extensive menu at Seafire features Wagyu, Black Angus, and Prime American Beef, all prepared to order on a custom wood-burning grill and served with a selection of home-made mustards and chutneys. Guests can also enjoy casual dining in the evening by the bar Monday through Sunday.
At Atlantis, the chefs believe that all the ingredients used in the resort’s kitchens should be of the highest quality, and beef served in Seafire is no exception. In order to ensure the best experience for guests, the culinary team approached the Australian Agricultural Company to produce a special breed of cattle exclusive for Atlantis, The Palm. Atlantis Beef is bred from carefully selected European and Japanese cattle that are fed exclusively on hay, barley, corn and essential seeds to ensure best quality, exquisite taste and perfect marbling of the beef.