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Seafood Market Style

One of the first and most renowned restaurants in town and InterContinental Abu Dhabi’s flagship Restaurant. Fishmarket first opened its doors 30 years ago.

Pick the freshest seafood, cooked Thai-style and served in a relaxed setting right on the calm water of the Arabian gulf and you have the recipe for a truly legendary dining experience.
This award-winning restaurant owes its long-running popularity to a winning formula of superb ingredients and genuinely friendly service. Fishmarket is as fresh today as it did the day it served its very first guest.

The Fishmarket treats you to a wonderful experience of choosing your food from a display of different fish and seafood to be cooked with a Thai twist, in a charming market setting. Our staff accompany you as you select from a mouth-watering array of the freshest catch, then our expert chefs prepare your choices to your taste.


The Fishmarket will be closed during Ramadan

Looking forward to seeing you after Ramadan

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Chef Sawai

Thai-born Sawai Jampakaew joined InterContinental Abu Dhabi’s award-winning Fishmarket as a Chef De Partie in 1992.

With previous working experiences in Saudi Arabia and Thailand, Sawai brought with him years of culinary experience and knowledge and quickly grew into the position of a Sous Chef.

With his Thai origins, Sawai has added an authenticity to this Thai-style market restaurant which has contributed to its long-running popularity and loyal customers over the last 30 years.

What people say

We visited here on recommendation from our friends and what a good choice! We started off with a drought beer and complementary deep fried fish, after we collect our fish with recommendation of waitress, it was little cool night but we sat out side near the heaters. The food was fabulous! Recommend it to anyone! the service was good ,the manager Murad was so awesome, young ,smart and very active person he made us feel home
Remarkable food”