Dubai has a variety of different restaurants, from all international cuisines, with unique decorations, combining the charm of the East and the beauty of the West, and we will not rule out restaurants that see breathtaking scenes, between tall towers or skyscrapers, to feel as if you are embracing the Dubai sky.
And for a different adventure, in which you enjoy the atmosphere of luxury, stunning panoramic views, as well as delicious food, here are the most famous restaurants on the skyscrapers in Dubai..
The restaurant is one of the most popular restaurants in Dubai. It is located inside the Burj Khalifa, the tallest tower in the world on the 122nd floor. It is the tallest restaurant in the world. It serves a wonderful mix of international, French and European. Characterized by a very luxurious classic decor made of transparent glass, to reveal the charming view from the top of the tower, with mahogany wooden walls in brown and dark red, and luxurious leather chairs in dark colors, for a wonderful sense of luxury.
The restaurant is known for serving seafood and seafood, New Zealand steak with Moroccan spices, Italian ricotta pancakes, as well as wonderful western cakes..
In addition to the breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, the restaurant offers a special menu High tea For the best premium tea appetizers, plus a private room for small dinners, and a ladies-only holiday menu every Tuesday.
The restaurant is divided into two parts Restaurant Serving staple foods, and Lounge Which serves coffee in the morning, afternoon tea and dinner.
Breakfast from 07:00 to 23:00
Lunch from 12:00 to 16:00
Dinner from 17:30 to 22:30
Morning coffee from 07:00 to 09:00
Afternoon tea from 12:00 to 16:00
Dinner from 05:00 in the afternoon until 02:00 in the morning
Average prices per person: 300-600 AED
Restaurant Cé La Vi
The restaurant is located on the roof Sky Sky Hotel Addressspecifically on the 54th floor in Tower 2It is considered one of the most famous Asian restaurants in Dubai, due to its charming location that embraces the Dubai skyline and the Burj Khalifa in a unique panoramic view, in addition to the restaurant near the sky bar, gym and swimming pool inside the hotel roof.
Led by CEO Howard Coe, who brings over 11 years of experience to Michelin-starred restaurants around the world, to enjoy the delicious food of Asian magic.
The restaurant is characterized by a modern decor, with harmonious colors between earth tones and gray, for a special wooden floor, gray chairs and shiny rounded columns, inspired by the modern decor of luxury restaurants in Korea and Japan.
One of the dishes for which the restaurant stands out Beef Wagyu Beef with tartar sauce and coffee toast, Asian shrimp dish with vegetables, as well as many vegetarian dishes, in addition to famous Asian cocktails.
All days of the week from:
From 12:00 to 16:00
From 06:00 to 03:00 in the morning
Average prices per person: 150-250 AED
The restaurant is located on the 25th floor inside the Hyatt Regency Hotel, to take us to a charming landscape overlooking the Arabian Gulf, the creek and the Dubai skyline, to serve the most delicious food and international dishes from East Asian cuisine. Japan and Europe, in addition to Arabic dishes.
The restaurant has a décor that combines Arabic and Western style, in the form of a rolled circle, and colorful chairs, surrounded by glass, to allow you to dine in the middle of this charming panoramic scene..
One of the famous dishes in the restaurant is the grilled steak with excellent rotating sauce, which is one of the distinctive dishes that the restaurant recommends for dinner, as well as French seafood, Singaporean shrimp, in addition to a wonderful oriental selection. CONFECTIONERY.
Monday: 06:30 to 23:30
The rest of the week: from 06:30 to 23:30
Average price per person: 150-250 AED
Tomo Restaurant is located on the roof of Hotel Raffles Dubai, specifically on the 17th floor, and is considered one of the most famous Japanese restaurants in Dubai, to enjoy wonderful cuisine and a breathtaking view overlooking the Burj Khalifa and city skyscrapers..
The restaurant is characterized by a simple classic decor, with high chairs in the bar, or chairs that touch the floor, and low tables, according to Japanese tradition, take off your shoes before sitting down, to feel more comfortable..
The restaurant serves special Japanese dishes, cooked and prepared in a way that suits Arab traditions, such as halal beef, ramen, cheesecake and various sushi dishes..
All days of the week from
12:30 p.m. Noon until 3:30 p.m.
06:30 afternoon until 12:00
Average price per person: 300-450 AED