Restaurant Review: Fümé, Pier 7 Tower, Dubai Marina

Home-style comfort food that purports to ‘reflect Dubai’s multicultural population’
ByOlivia SpadavecchiaWednesday , 23 April 2014
Executive Chef Grant Brundsen
Executive Chef Grant Brundsen
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Fümé describes itself as a ‘neighbourhood eatery’, that dishes-up home-style comfort food that purports to ‘reflect Dubai’s multicultural population’. The menu has been developed by British executive chef Grant Brunsden, who designed each dish using a mix of hot and cold smoking, curing and slow-cooking techniques. Inside, the decor is quirky with a mish-mash of unique artworks and chandeliers made from odd materials. Try the signature hot-smoked salmon, coco husk-grilled and charcoal-oven-cooked steak and seafood, black cod shumai and the braised beef cheek. Finish it all off with a satisfyingly robust apple or rhubarb crumble.

On the menu

Starter
Crudo of seabass, green chilli and ponzu Dhs35

Main
Charcoal-roasted tiger prawns, herbs and lemon Dhs75

Dessert
Snickers cake Dhs38

INFO: Pier 7 Tower, Dubai Marina, 04 421 5669, info@fume-eatery.com, www.fume-eatery.com