Al Jubail 1441 Restaurant & Café Receives 27,000 Visitors Since Launch

Combining traditional Emirati culture with a modern twist,

 Al Jubail 1441 Restaurant & Café Receives 27,000 Visitors Since Launch

Al Jubail 1441 Restaurant & Café, a part of Sharjah Asset Management Company, the investment arm of the Government of Sharjah, has welcomed more than 27,000 visitors since its opening earlier this year, in May 2022. Local and regional visitors and food enthusiasts have travelled from all corners of the Emirates to savour the restaurants’ unique blend of seafood and flavours that combine traditional Emirati cuisine with a modern twist.

The restaurant offers visitors from different cultures the experience of sampling the finest fresh local seafood from the fish market in Souq Al Jubail. The seafood arrives fresh from the market directly to 1441 Restaurant Café, and is expertly prepared by chefs at the restaurant. Guests of the restaurant may also dine on a variety of Eastern and Western breakfasts options.

Humaid Al Aleeli, Manager of Hospitality, said: “Al Jubail 1441 Restaurant has succeeded in becoming one of the most prestigious restaurants in the Emirate of Sharjah, which has been witnessing a great turnout from various residents and visitors of the Emirate since launch. Our team has been steadfast in our continuous efforts and dedication to provide the Emirate with delicious and unique seafood, inspired by our nation’s rich heritage  and culture of excellence and hospitality. We aim to provide high quality services to cater to all different tastes through our team of highly professional and experienced chefs and staff.”

Al Aleeli added: “In the hospitality sector at Sharjah Asset Management, we adopt innovative destinations and strategies within the sustainability pillar to enhance the Emirate’s position on the global hospitality map. The hospitality sector is one of the most important pillars of the success of the tourism sector in the Emirate and the country. As such, we invest heavily in this sector to attract more visitors and tourists, supporting the country’s economic and sustainable development process, and as  a reflection of our continued prosperity as a society.”

The restaurant includes a modern café with an upscale ambiance and attention to detail, allowing shoppers and visitors to the market the opportunity to relax and unwind, or meet up with family and friends in a highly engaging setup. Visitors may enjoy reading a set of publications of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, available at the café in several languages. These original publications by His Highness address historical, social, and literary issues, captivating the reader’s mind while sipping on a mouth-watering beverage with a side of appetising hot and cold desserts.

Al Jubail 1441 Restaurant is strategically located in Souq Al Jubail. With stunning views of Sharjah Creek, the locality was designed with modern silhouettes with an artistic and sophisticated touch. Visitors are transported on a memorable journey of savouring delectable seafood, luxurious Arabic and international coffee, fresh juices, and a variety of other seasonal hot and cold drinks, made with the utmost care for the restaurants’ guests.

About Sharjah Asset Management:

Sharjah Asset Management is the investment arm of the Government of Sharjah. It strives to achieve its vision of promoting economic and social development and supporting as well as accelerating the sustainable economic growth in the Emirate of Sharjah, in partnership with public and private sectors. The company encourages investment and the promotion of social responsibility through optimal use of resources, meeting the needs of the community of the Emirate of Sharjah, and ensuring overall sustainable wellbeing.


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