The world’s tallest restaurant has returned with a whole new look

The sky-high eatery’s makeover is rooted in refined luxury.

Considering the striking views that come courtesy of its location 442 metres up in the air, At.mosphere has been the go-to destination for anyone new to Dubai and those seeking an afternoon tea with a difference. Now, the world’s tallest restaurant on the 122nd floor of Burj Khalifa has reopened after six months following a revamp, and it’s promising to take fine dining to new heights – no pun intended.

world's tallest restaurant

For the uninitiated, At.mosphere features a restaurant, a relaxed lounge, and a bar area, each of which has been given a fresh new look. What hasn’t changed, however, is that dizzyingly fast lift up to the top. What greets guests is a downright regal reception accented by breathtaking views of the city skyline and Arabian Gulf, all setting the tone for a sophisticated culinary affair curated by At.mosphere’s team of talented chefs. As for the staircase that leads up to the venue? Sweeping and suitably dramatic, of course.

world's tallest restaurant

Complementing the contemporary, French-inspired cuisine served within the restaurant are opulent surroundings inspired by the glamorous Art Deco period entwined with the colourful flora of a European garden. Refined luxury, meanwhile, can be seen in every detail – think: ornate mirrors, marble tables, mosaic flooring, bookshelves housing antique books, and intricate fabric walls. Handcrafted statues, sculptures and ornaments also add a touch of decadence to the space. And thanks to a rich colour palette of burgundy and midnight blue, the restaurant feels ideal for special occasions. We’re told that the menu will constantly evolve to reflect the season, ensuring diners have something new to explore on every visit.

world's tallest restaurant

Catering to a more casual clientele, the lounge serves up international cuisine in a cosy, yet trendy atmosphere. This is the spot to enjoy tasty bites and smaller meals infused with unique flavours from the extensive à la carte and sharing menus. Elsewhere, food and drinks are on offer throughout the bar, complete with several nooks and niches that are designed to be inviting.

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in the world’s tallest restaurant, and breakfast, high tea and dinner in the lounge, diners can expect to sample the likes of Foie Gras, Billionaire Sliders, Braised Wild Mushroom, Oysters on Ice, Wagyu 9+ Tomahawk, Blue Lobster, and more.

GO: Email or call 04 888 3828 for reservations and more information.

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Samia Qaiyum
A textbook third culture kid with a perpetual thirst for adventure, Samia Qaiyum specialises in travel and culture, having lived in five countries and travelled to 34 others – just don't ask her to define the word 'home'.

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