World's highest restaurant unveils new menu

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Dubai’s At.mosphere, the world’s highest restaurant, has unveiled its all new ‘seasons inspired’ menu.

The restaurant, located on the 122nd floor of the Burj Khalifa in Downtown Dubai, will offer a tasting menu for two featuring an amuse bouche, a micro garden salad of ceviche yellow fin tuna, slow cooked foie, poached organic salmon, and Wagyu.

All of the new dishes are prepared under the supervision of At.mosphere’s executive chef Stuart Sage.

Alternatively, guests will be able to dine a la carte and choose from At.mosphere’s autographed courses – The Beginning, The Kitchen and Josper, Dessert and To Finish, including beverages selected by sommelier Rafaela Pons.

The menu’s starter is a seasonal salad made of smoked potato, quail egg, parmesan and aioli, or a selection from hand-dived scallops, langoustine ravioli, spice crusted camember, or 18-month aged Iberico cured beef.

In main courses, visitors can choose from Maine lobster, corn-fed chicken, aromatic steamed seabass, Arabian lamb rack, or wild mushroom risotto, in addition to meats including Livingstone short rib and Blackmore Farms tenderloin, among others.

At.mosphere’s new dessert menu features a tiramisu soufflé, selection of artisan cheeses, as well as the classic chocolate earth sphere and At.mosphere ‘Crunch’ dessert.

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"The menu?s starter is a seasonal salad made of smoked potato, quail egg, parmesan and aioli"...

So, it's potato season, huh? Or parmesan season....? What a joke to put "seasonal" on the menue, just because it sounds nice. Its more about bling and glamour than about real seasonality...

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