Dining at the Top of the World


Towering 122 floors above Dubai and boasting jaw dropping views, At.mosphere at Burj Khalifa has been given a lavish relaunch.

Diners looking for a truly unforgetta­ble experience in Dubai need wait no longer with the unveiling of the new-look At.mosphere, perched 422 metres up the world’s tallest building. Boasting a stunning restaurant, along with a relaxed lounge and bar area, At.mosphere Restaurant and Lounge is once again the most desirable destinatio­n in the city.

Renewed, fresh, and bolder than ever, the majesty of At.mosphere begins from the second you step out of the fastest elevator in the world and are greeted by the breathtaki­ng views of the glittering Dubai skyline and the Arabian Gulf far below. With a renewed focus on creating an elevated level of fine dining brilliance, the restaurant’s modern French cuisine is now complement­ed by opulent, yet comfortabl­e interiors in burgundy and midnight blue inspired by the glamourous art deco period and entwined with the colourful flora of a European garden.

In the main dining room, stunning mirrors and touches of marble, sleek wood, aged brass, supple leather and seductive velvet, married with mirrored trellis, mosaic flooring, bookshelve­s containing antique tomes, and intricate fabric walls add to the grandeur on show. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, highlights of the restaurant menu include Billionair­e Sliders, braised wild mushroom, oysters on ice, Wagyu 9+ tomahawks, and Blue lobster.

Catering to a more casual clientele, the lounge serves up internatio­nal cuisine in a cosy, relaxed, and trendy atmosphere. The perfect spot to indulge in tasty bites and small portion meals, diners can enjoy the unique flavours of the extensive à la carte and sharing menus or slip into one of the bar’s many nooks and niches to sip innovative cocktails. The lounge serves breakfast, high tea and dinner. atmosphere­burjkhalif­ — NICK WALTON

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