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Off The Hook opens 4th branch in Abu Dhabi

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Dec. 09, 18 | 3:21 pm

Off the Hook has just launched their 4th branch located at Tourist Club area in Abu Dhabi in a grand ribbon-cutting ceremony last December 7, Friday.

In attendance were Consul Rowena Pangilinan-Daquipil, Off the Hook Managing Director Rolly Brucales, together with Off the Hook’s co-owners, families and friends who were there to celebrate the launch of the seafood restaurant’s newest location.

Recognized as the most preferred seafood restaurant for 2018 in the recently concluded TFT (The Filipino Times) Awards, Off the Hook is set to open one more branch towards late December or by early January 2019.

Serving the freshest seafood entrée in their 2 existing locations; Airport Road, Abu Dhabi and Deira, Dubai (near DCC Metro), Off the Hook has recently opened their Al Ain Branch located at the Al Murabaa Area (beside Lulu Center and will soon welcome guests at Yas Mall in Abu Dhabi.  The expansion in Al Ain and Abu Dhabi is part of the brand’s overall growth plans spanning this year and the next.

Off the Hook specializes in seafood boils served Louisiana style and can be flavored with OTH’s 6 unique sauce selections; OTH Special, Lemon Pepper, Garlic Butter, Olive and Herbs, Curry and Chili, Mushroom and Onion. OTH takes pride in preparing sumptuous meals in their most natural form possible.  Rest assured you will be eating “real” seafood — those that are un- or minimally processed, refined, and handled, – something your palate will enjoy and your body happy to absorb.

Prepare to dig in with your hands!

Everything on the menu is reasonable priced for the area. Off the Hook aims to be the value leader when it comes to the quality and taste of the seafood as well as the hospitality and professionalism of their service crew.  Off the Hook’s selection of fresh catch (Lobsters, Crab, Mussels, Shrimp, Salmon, King Fish, Sea Bass, Crab Claw, King Fish, Squid) are ordered either half or one kilo starting at AED 39 for 1/2kg.  There are group packages that’s definitely great value for your money, starting from the SOLO (good for 2 pax) AED 69 / TRIO (good for 3-4 pax) AED 139 / GRANDE (good for 8-10 pax) AED 349 and FIESTA (good for 12-15 pax) AED 499

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