There’s a new 'immersive 3D dining experience' at Dubai World Trade Centre

LMNTS offers a five-course menu with holographic surround sound and a mix of projection theatre

There’s a new 'immersive 3D dining experience' at Dubai World Trade Centre
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If you thought the food you ate was already quite three dimensional enough, wait until you try this brand-new contemporary dining experience now in Dubai.

New dining concept LMNTS at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) offers an “immersive 3D dining experience” featuring holographic surround sound and, of course, some tasty grub.

Set on the 33rd floor of Sheikh Rashid Tower with 360-degree views of Dubai, the restaurant is inspired by the “five core elements that formed the planet - void, air, fire, water, earth,” and uses a mix of projection theatre and fine dining. We’re intrigued.

The menu has yet to be revealed, and is purposely kept under wraps so diners will be “wowed with delectable surprises”.

Taking place daily, foodies can tuck in to a five-course menu at either 6.30pm or 8.30pm, with ticket prices starting at Dhs375 for soft drinks, or Dhs525 for house beverages.

“The LMNTS collaboration with our partners at iThink and our masterful chefs at the World Trade Club is testament to our commitment to continuously enhance DWTC’s venue proposition as a world-class destination in Dubai,” said vice president of event operations in DWTC Mohammed Al Jumairi.

“LMNTS has been conceptualised to offer visitors a unique dining experience in a contemporary and dynamic setting. Our aim is to continue creating one-of-a-kind lifestyle experiences in Dubai that will bring people together through culinary innovations.”

To get in on the experience, guests will have to book two days in advance, and you can reserve yourself a spot by emailing

As for other interesting dining experiences, new restaurant LOWE promises an “informal take on contemporary dining” – all in a relaxed and welcoming environment.

For those after more nightclub than restaurant, there’s a brand-new club on the 42nd floor of the Shangri-La Dubai, and it’s for all those hip-hop fans out there.
Dhs375 (soft drinks), Dhs525 (house beverages). Sheikh Rashid Tower, Dubai World Trade Centre, email

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