dining romantic restaurants Beach Bar and Grill at The One and Only Royal Mirage
Beach Bar and Grill at The One and Only Royal Mirage
Updated on 03 June 2015

The restaurant has been extended over the beach, presumably to cope with diners wishing to eat in one of the most romantic restaurants in Dubai. Overlooking the sea lapping gently on the beach the restaurant specialises in seafood. However there are also meat and vegetarian dishes available. If you have a hearty appetite try the Arabian Seafood Platter, shellfish and the daily catch served on a bed of rice and crispy Arabic bread.

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