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Dinner with a view at At.mosphere, Burj Khalifa

The newly launched Market Menu at the world’s highest restaurant, At.mosphere  at Burj Khalifa, is a great place to have lunch or dinner if price is no concern.
 
Start your five course meal with Home Smoked Mackerel proceeded with fresh and aromatic Risotto brilliantly combined with Tomato Jelly and Pu’Er Tea.
 
Indulge in a choice of fine mains including Pan Seared Bream designed to combine spiced aubergine and blood orange ceviche in one explosive dish and find yourself speechless for words with sweet and flavorful Slow Cooked Duck Breast accompanied by Cherry, Vanilla, Foie Gras and Pear.

Finish your heavenly five-course meal with Apple Tarte Fine accompanied by velvety Crème Brûlée ice cream, the perfect end to an unforgettable dining experience, all situated within the glittering skies of the iconic Burj Khalifa.
 
Through carefully fostered relationships with the food vendors around the world, At.mosphere, Burj Khalifa consistently revives its delicacies to incorporate more seasonal fruits and vegetables. Market Menu is their finest example offering an exceptional taste to new and repeat diners.
 
Location: Level 122, Burj Khalifa, Dubai
Restaurant Timings: Lunch – 12.30pm to 3pm and Dinner – 6.30pm to 10.30pm
Price: Market Menu @ AED 495 per person

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