dining whats on At.mosphere at Burj Khalifa has a new menu
At.mosphere at Burj Khalifa has a new menu
Updated on 31 July 2017

At.mosphere, Dubai’s highest restaurant located on level 122 of Burj Khalifa, has introduced a new menu this season. The market menu promises to wow as much as the venue does with its stunning views of the city. The meal is a five-course affair which includes dishes such as home smoked mackerel topped with radish, apple and tarragon; risotto with tomato jelly and pu’er tea; pan seared sea bream with spiced aubergine and blood orange ceviche; and a slow cooked duck breast served with cherry, vanilla, foie gras and pear. The finale is a delicious apple tarte fine with a side of crème brûlée ice cream. The menu is priced at Dhs 495 per person and is available from 6pm to 11.30pm. www.atmosphereburjkhalifa.com
 

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