Pierchic

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Our 2nd try on the many restaurants participating in Jumeirah Restaurant Week πŸ™‚

Pierchic.

“The stroll out to sea along the bedecked pier immediately sets the scene for romance. Pierchic serves only the finest seafood dishes, washed down with a balmy breeze and the serene views of the Gulf’s azure waters. Stylish, serene and simply spectacular – this is, after all, considered to be one of Dubai’s most uniquely located culinary destinations.” (taken from the restaurant website)

The location, view and atmosphere – definitely at the top of our list.

Very romantic, very beautiful, truly magical πŸ™‚

I’ve heard that the prices are usually quite high, and if you missed it during the Jumeirah Restaurant Week – 3 courses for AED180 (NZD60/ 30pounds!)…. awwww, you’ll have to break your wallet for this place πŸ™‚

Our favourites –

  • The ride from Al Qasr main entrance to Pierchic on a buggy. You cannot walk to this restaurant if you want your hair and make up to stay on. Or if you’re wearing that new pair of heels!
  • The view of the Burj Al Arab from the pier leading to the restaurant. Wow
  • The view of the restaurant from the beach when you’re on the bridge, leading towards it
  • The blue lit water underneath the deck

And yes, the food was good, and worth every penny.

I highly recommend you to dine at Pierchic for those special occasions – anniversaries, birthdays… proposals? πŸ™‚ Very romantic.

This is definitely fine dining at it’s best.

Click here to watch the video for Pierchic, at the Madinat Jumeirah website

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Dubai resident. Stays most of the time in the marina as she can't be bothered going anywhere else after work and in the weekends. Originally from the land of the orang utans, spent the latter half of her life in the land down under. Always on the look out for deals, loves organising get-togethers, and occasionally steals some time for a sip of wine or four at ladies nights.

4 thoughts on “Pierchic

  1. Hehe yeah! It was only for 2 weeks though – the specials for “Jumeirah Restaurant Week.” 😦 Otherwise the prices for fine dining here is really expensive unless you have vouchers and stuff!

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