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High Tea at the Burj Al-Arab Hotel

The Burj Al-Arab Hotel in DubaïView of Dubaï from the Al-Muntaha restaurant

A new section debuts today : Great places for tea. And we start with one of the world's most stunning (and expensive) hotels. The Burj Al-Arab in Dubaï. I had the good fortune of having a High Tea there today in their top-of-the-world restaurant Al-Muntaha (which means "Ultimate"). The tea, sandwiches and pastries are all really good but I have to admit that my attention was much more absorbed by the incredible surroundings and the phenomenal view. You can find more info here about Burj Al-Arab but let's just say that this was one of the most incredible experiences I've ever had whilst savoring tea ;-)

The Al-Muntaha restaurant


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