Food and drink
Just like Giorgio Armani himself, here it's high-end and Italian. Handmade and hand-rolled pastas, bruschettas, sea bass, semifreddo - all the classics are here. While mainly excellent in taste and served with style, you might leave thinking that were it not for the designer name or towering location, you could have gotten a bit more for your money.
Chilled and minimal, Ristorante takes its design from Mr Armani and the smartly dressed waiters are all dressed in his attire. You don't have to wear Armani to get in, nor do you need to don a turtle neck jumper and white loafers, but this is still a somewhat classy affair, popular with tourists and expats alike.
Absolutely impeccable. Check out their uniforms. Armani that is.
Armani aside, this is the unique selling point of the Ristorante, which is set in the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower. Sadly, the blinds often obscure the windows, ruining what could have been an unforgettable view.
Like Armani's clothing lines, the food here doesn't come cheap, with mains costing around 200 dirhams.
Tables to book
If you can, get one as close to the window as possible. You are in the world's tallest tower, after all.
- Great views / scenery
- Design and architecture