Where We Are Going Today: Shrimp Anatomy

The most eye-catching element of the restaurant is that the seafood of choice is cooked and served in a bag. (Supplied)
Updated 04 January 2019
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Where We Are Going Today: Shrimp Anatomy

  • The restaurant encourages you to be messy while eating, so don’t worry about making a bad impression

If you’re visiting this restaurant, come prepared: Leave your etiquette at the door and be ready to get your hands messy.
Shrimp Anatomy, in Jeddah’s Al-Khalidiyyah district, is the ultimate destination for the Kingdom’s seafood lovers — and along with the great food it also allows you to have a reckless fun time. The most eye-catching element of the restaurant is that the seafood of choice is cooked and served in a bag.
Although the menu is limited, the experience provided is exceptional. For a main course, you can choose between shrimp, crab, lobster, or mussels. After you have made your decision you can flavor your dish however you want — selecting which spices to use, how hot or mild you want it, everything is up to you. When the dish arrives, the staff will provide you with gloves and an apron. The restaurant encourages you to be messy while eating, so don’t worry about making a bad impression. That’s just how its done at Shrimp Anatomy.
The restaurant staff are very friendly and knowledgeable, and the restaurant itself is cozy and welcoming. In short, Shrimp Anatomy provides the full package.


What China served at lunch in honor of the Saudi Crown Prince

Updated 22 February 2019
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What China served at lunch in honor of the Saudi Crown Prince

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince’s was served a lavish lunch in his honor on Friday during his China visit, which included a prized ingredient.

The crown prince dined on a chicken soup that included Matsutake, a highly sought after mushroom prized in Chinese cuisine for its distinct spicy-aromatic flavor. The price for matsutake can cost up to $1,000 per kilogram.

The menu also included a dish that consisted of seafood with onions, the main was mutton with a side of mushrooms and vegetables, as well as grilled salted-fish. A fruit platter was served for dessert with sweet light bites.

The lunch was held at Great Hall of the People and was attended by ministers, royal court officials and accompanying media delegates.