At.mosphere in the Burj Khalifa is the world's 'highest restaurant'
Time Out Dubai staff
The restaurant is situated only two levels below 'At the Top, Burj Khalifa,' the tower's observatory deck. Call 04 888 3828 for more information or click here to read Time Out’s story.
The world's highest restaurant has opened in the world's tallest building in Dubai. At.mosphere is situated 442 metres (1,350 ft) high on Level 122 of Burj Khalifa.
Integrating two choices - lounge & grill - At.mosphere can host over 210 guests and features a spacious arrival lobby, a main dining floor, private dining rooms and display cooking stations.
The entrance to the restaurant is through Burj Khalifa's Corporate Suites lobby with guests exiting the express elevator on Level 123 to face a two-storeyed glass atrium. A flight of cantilevered staircases lead them to the arrival lobby where they can enjoy panoramic views of the city.
The menu at the grill at At.mosphere comprises prime cuts of beef, organic poultry and seafood. The food choice is complemented by a beverage selection.
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Ole Jan 25, 2011 06:20 am
The highest restaurent in the world refers as the word implies to the hight, which is the hight above the ground and not the elevation which is the elevation above the sea level.
What is your hight when you stand on top of a mountain? I guess still about
joe Jan 25, 2011 05:54 am
its fully booked for valentine night!!!!
Paul Jan 24, 2011 05:48 pm
The claim to the highest restaurant is fallacious. There a numerous restaurants at elevations far higher than the entire height of Burj Kalifa. There are myriad cities that are higher than the entire Burj Kalifa. The misleading claim should be withdrawn.
channa rodrigo Jan 24, 2011 03:14 pm
Main courses are in the range of 300 to 400; starters and desserts - 100ish.
Minimum spend in the lounge for drinks per person - 200 - recommed to go for drinks first - give it some time for the food but then again i am no expert...njoi....
Bigshot Jan 24, 2011 03:01 pm
1. If you need to ask, you cant afford it
2. Why don't you try calling the number they provided to call and book a table!