maître d’ - La Mer, Muscat

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Resting on the shores of the Indian Ocean, Muscat, in Oman, is a fantastic city to sample seafood, with nowhere more suitable than the aptly named La Mer.


Open since March 2011, this restaurant has already carved a reputation for itself, while attracting a long list of regulars. These customers were lucky enough to sample the latest additions to the menu recently, giving their feedback to the team of chefs. Fish remains a solid theme with new dishes offered – the restaurant even has its own sushi chef – but talk to anyone working there and you’ll find it isn’t the only attraction. “La Mer is three restaurants in one,” says head chef Adel Ahmed. “We have inside, but there is also the garden, and we have just opened up the rooftop. Each offers a different set of dishes, as well as a different experience.”

Part of that experience involves staring at beachside views – perfect on a warm winter evening to enjoy with the food. “Popular dishes include the surf and turf with beef tenderloin and prawns, Moroccan fish tagine, and the La Mer sushi platter,” continues head chef Adel. “We always use chilled, not frozen, meat and most of our produce is local – it comes from Oman.”



Muscat, Oman
Distance: 739 km
Flight Time: 1 hour, 20 mins
Frequency: 31 flights a week

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La Mer
Beach Road,
Shatti Al Qurum, Muscat
Tel: +968 24 662 924
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