Ever eaten your meal with surround sound? A new dining concept at the Dubai World Trade Centre is promising a 3D dining experience at LMNTS (pronounced elements).
We went down to check out the new dining spot to try the experience out.
Check it out:
Located on the 33rd floor of the Shaikh Rashid Tower, LMNTS’ concept features a five-course meal, with each dish designed to stimulate all five senses, complete with holographic surround sound.
It's a unique experience unlike any other foodie situation in the city. The dining room is also quite limited, seating up to 16 people at a time, which makes it very exclusive.
The restaurateurs use the technology of 3D mapping, optical illusion and sound to tell a story. What this means is:
Every course is inspired by each of the five elements: Void, fire, water, air and earth and (without wanting to give away too much) the food is all about unique flavours and unusual textures.
The menu at LMNTS is a surprise and comes with paired beverages. The five-course meal is priced Dh525 (with house beverage) and Dh375 with soft beverages. There are two shows a day, at 6.30pm and 8.30pm. Reservations need to be made 48 hours in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.