Take your romantic dinner experience to new heights and discover the art of romance by indulging in memorable fine-dining cuisine available in Burj Al Arab's Al Mahara.
You will have a dedicated waiter and sommelier available to cater for all your requests throughout the evening. In addition, a professional photographer will also be on-site to make your experience in our restaurants a lasting memory.
And as a perfect finish to your evening, you will receive a beautifully-wrapped surprise gift with a range of exclusive Burj Al Arab products as a souvenir.
Addura – your perfect romantic dining hideaway
Designed for couples wishing to indulge in memorable fine-dining cuisine, the romantic dinner experience in Addura - a private room located next to Al Mahara - offers a true spectacle for the senses in the most remarkable surroundings imaginable.
This lush and exclusive dining room owes its charm to a combination of unique under-the-sea setting, serene environment and privacy, promising a dazzling evening to come.
You and your beloved one will dine at a long table covered with hundreds of red rose petals and sample a six-course degustation menu that will undoubtedly satisfy even the most discerning food connoisseurs. Renowned for excellence and innovation in food creation,
Burj Al Arab’s Chef de Cuisine will join you to create some of the sense-stimulating dishes at your table.
Express your feelings of love or a marriage proposal through a personalised message which will be displayed to your beloved by a diver.
Price starts from AED 5,850 per couple
Find out more how we can tailor-make your romantic dining experience further by contacting us on:
Telephone: +971 4 3017600
Enhancements at Al Mahara
A new-look Al Mahara is set to open in October 2016, under the culinary patronage of multi award-winning English Chef, Nathan Outlaw. The famous Chef will bring his style of simple, yet superb seafood cooking to Burj Al Arab.
As part of the collaboration with Chef Nathan, Al Mahara will undergo an aesthetic transformation and is projected to be closed from 4 June 2016 to 30 September 2016.