Sharjah: The UAE’s largest fresh produce market, the Souq Al Jubail in Sharjah is offering exceptional shopping experience to its visitors, citizens, and residents in the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Souq Al Jubail, a project by Sharjah Asset Management, the investment arm of the Government of Sharjah, offers an extensive range of fresh products and food supplies under one roof, with dedicated vegetables, fruits, fish, and meat sections.
The Souq Al Jubail Director further added that, “We always strive to provide the best services that market visitors need during Ramadan. We have contracted with suppliers to provide enough basic consumer food commodities to meet the needs of the community and the requirements of shoppers. This will save time throughout the month and allows shoppers to avail of all products under one roof, which reduces the burden of shopping, and at the same time provides the best products at reasonable prices.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Humaid Al Aleeli, Director of Hospitality Sector at Sharjah Asset Management, explained that, “Throughout Ramadan, the market will provide visitors with various types of local fish such as “Siganus rivulatus, Lethrinus, Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel, Chirocentrus, Jash” and others in addition to imported fish, most notably supreme, salmon, seabass and others. It also provides them with additional services such as the option to grill, clean and cut fish to meet the demands of market customers.”
The Sharjah Asset Management Official further added that, “Souq Al Jubail 1441 Restaurant and Café, which specializes in seafood, welcomes visitors to try a varied and rich tasting experience with seafood cooked by the most skilled chefs. Flavors combine authentic Emirati cuisine with contemporary fish dishes including Arab and Asian dishes to offer visitors a new experience and quality time with their families during the blessed month.”
Mr. Al Aleeli highlighted the strategic location where the restaurant is located on the first floor of Souq Al Jubail, which offers a stunning view of Sharjah Creek and the charming Islamic architectural style of the government buildings.
The market offers shoppers with a range of reasonably priced local and imported vegetables and fruits from many countries, such as the Netherlands, Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Libya, East Asia, Uzbekistan, Pakistan and India, in addition to food supplies in all its sections, at competitive prices.