Crazy Fish Plates Wildly Caught Seafood

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Offering the freshest taste of the Mediterranean Sea

Monte Carlo-born, Crazy Fish Dubai is one of the only restaurants in Dubai that serves fresh, wildly caught seafood, straight from the Mediterranean Sea to your plates. Located in DIFC, the restaurant serves a delicious Italian Seafood cuisine that is simple and rich in nuances and Mediterranean elements.
In a laid-back ambience, Crazy Fish Dubai is seafood lover’s haven, complete with a market-style ice display for fresh fish and an aquarium for lobsters. Brought to the shores by Flavio Briatore and is headed by Executive Chef Franco Blois, Crazy Fish has seafood flown in at least thrice a week.

Making sure guests get a true flavour of the fish, Chef Franco says, “The dishes we create and serve at Crazy Fish are simple and in no way conceal or distort their fresh, raw flavour and texture. We serve a traditional Italian seafood cuisine, with a touch of contemporary flair.”

Choices for starters include a selection of mouth-watering raw and hot dishes. Raw Starters include Seabass and Prawn Rolls served with root vegetables, Squid Tagliatelle with Zucchini and Orange, Langouistines Capaccio, ‘Catch of the day’ Carpaccio, and the delectable Tarburish Oysters. Hot starters include a platter which has lobsters, langoustines, red prawns and king crab leg; there’s also Tuna Straccetti served with Rocket Salad, Cherry Tomatoes and Black olives; and Mussels Sautéed.

Crazy Fish’s pasta dishes include a delicious Gnocchetti served with Red King Prawns, Cherry Tomatoes and Pecorino Cheese, Handmade Trofie with wild seabass and lemon and the signature Crazy Fish Seafood Risotto. Main courses include Catch of the Day baked or in a salt crust; Guazzetto served with Fish Stew with Tomato, Basil and Olives; Grilled Squid, Fish of the day and the exquisite Mediterranean Lobster which you can choose how you would like it cooked Grilled, Steamed or Catalan style.