Let Food Take You To New Heights
Fine dining is often an elevating experience and nowhere more so than at the Burj Khalifa in Dubai – now officially the world’s highest restaurant.
Called At.mosphere, the restaurant sits 1,350-feet above the ground floor of Dubai’s 2,717ft-high Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest man-made structure.
Located on the 122nd floor, the restaurant offers stunning views of the Arabian Gulf, and is also situated two levels below “At the Top, Burj Khalifa,” the tower’s observatory deck.
The restaurant can host over 210 guests and features a spacious arrival lobby, a main dining floor, private dining rooms and display cooking stations.
Minimum spend for lunch per person is £51, for dinner £77, and for a private room (at least eight people) £111.
The restaurant can be accessed by a chrome and glass express lift that takes around 60 seconds.
The man who designed At.mosphere, Adam Tihany, said, “Up here, you feel elegant and luxurious, you feel sexy.
“You are floating - it's a journey. This is your luxury yacht in the sky.”
The Burj Khalifa, which opened in 2010, cost almost £1 billion to build, It was named after United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahayan, who pumped funds into Dubai when the global financial crisis took hold.
"The restaurant can host over 210 guests and features a spacious arrival lobby, a main dining floor, private dining rooms and display cooking stations"