DWTC launches immersive 3D dining experience: LMNTS

The five-course menu will be available for two sittings daily

Main course at LMNTS - Fire.
Main course at LMNTS - Fire.

Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) has launched a new immersive 3D dining experience – LMNTS – at the World Trade Club (WTC).

Located on the 33rd floor of the Sheikh Rashid Tower, LMNTS will offer a combination of dishes representing the elements of nature with holographic surround sound.

A statement says that "the story of LMNTS unfolds itself with the five core elements that formed the planet - void, air, fire, water, earth". The dishes have not been revealed, but guests can expect a five-course menu which can be paired with either grape beverages or mocktails.

DWTC VP - event operations Mohammed Al Jumairi said in a statement: "The LMNTS collaboration with our partners at iThink and our masterful chefs at the World Trade Club is testament to our commitment to continuously enhance DWTC’s venue proposition as a world-class destination in Dubai. LMNTS has been conceptualised to offer visitors a unique dining experience in a contemporary and dynamic setting. Our aim is to continue creating one-of-a-kind lifestyle experiences in Dubai that will bring people together through culinary innovations."

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Guests will have the choice of two daily shows starting at 6:30pm and 8:30pm. The five-course menu is priced at AED 525 ($143) for house-beverage pairing and AED 375 ($102)  for soft beverages.

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