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At.mosphere has introduced a new breakfast menu
Updated on 22 August 2017

Sitting high up in the clouds, At.mosphere, located on the 122nd floor of Burj Khalifa, has introduced a new breakfast menu. Expect savoury and sweet dishes such as organic three-egg omelette, roasti potato, brioche French toast and sweet crepes preceded by entrees such as cold cuts, fine cheeses, a pastry selection and exotic fresh fruits in the Decadence menu (Dhs 325). The meal is paired with sweeping views of Downtown Dubai and five-star service. 
If you’d like to treat yourself to something more luxurious, the six-course Prestige menu (Dhs 525) fits the bill with dishes such as lobster scrambled egg, apple wood smoked sea trout and organic Greek yoghurt parfait.
Children aged six to 10 years get a 50% discount on the Decadence menu, while children below the age of five dine for free (ID required). Available from 7am to 11am (last order at 10am). Call 04-8883828.


 

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