• SeaMood Restaurant | Time Out: Sustainable seafood restaurant in Satwa serves affordable fare

    January 13, 2013

    Do not take our word of it, read what Time Out has to say about SeaMood. “On hearing about a small restaurant in Satwa offering sustainable fish and seafood, I was intrigued to find out what would be on the menu….Opening the menu, I was instantly struck by the prices. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen seafood in Dubai that’s this affordable, let alone seafood that is brought in fresh from the market each day and never stored in the deep-freeze, as the waitress told us.“ Read Time Out Review Click here Welcome to make your own review, let us know what your taste buds say and how do you like the decor or atmosphere. tel. 04 -385 79 77

  • What’s On – Dubai’s Hottest Restaurants right now

    January 7, 2013

    Get your own copy of What’s On Dubai entertainment magazine January 2013 issue to read review about SeaMood Restaurant. What’s on has helped you out with your food bucket list, they have listed five Dubai’s Hottest Restaurants right now, and guess if SeaMood is in.

  • SeaMood Restaurant | The National – Wise up to conserve profits

    January 7, 2013

    SeaMood Restaurant at The National – Opinion What sets him apart is that he wants to introduce the idea of sustainable seafood to the nation’s restaurant scene. His restaurant does not serve overfished species. That means hammour, sharri and shark – all local delicacies – “are off his plates and off his patrons” palates.                     Read the whole story at The National

  • GN Xpress – The best from the sea

    December 27, 2012

    How about enjoying the ocean’s bounty without feeling guilty and getting your pocket pinched? DUBAI: Seamood, a new seafood outlet on Mankhool Road, does not serve the popular hammour, kingfish and normal emperor fishes (Sherry). It’s done on purpose – and for a good reason. “We’re a sustainable restaurant,” said Mohammad Eid, the Egyptian-Finn who launched the outlet in May. Upon advice from the marine conservation group Choose Wisely, he made exceptions for these “red line” listers of overfished species. “They must be given time to regenerate.” Seamood diners, however, can enjoy most of the ocean’s bounty without feeling guilty. The restaurant serves scrumptious Mediterranean cuisine and comfortably seats 60. 
I went to the restaurant worried about what Eid’s kitchen hands might throw at me. His three chefs make orders from scratch. 
Eid and his team are not afraid to experiment. “Engineering dishes is a proper science,” said Eid. “One must know which ingredient goes with what.” Read more at GN Xpress

  • Time Out – The Insider finds Sea Mood

    December 23, 2012

    In other fishy news, on the subject of sustainability, we have some good news….We’ve discovered Sea Mood in Satwa, a small seafood restaurant that sells speciality fish and seafood.