Dinner In The Sky: The Most Extraordinary Restaurant

Dinner In The Sky: The Most Extraordinary Restaurant

This Belgian project called Dinner In The Sky is a restaurant located 164 ft above the ground and is in the top 10 the most extraordinary restaurants in the world according to Forbes.
The project Dinner in the Sky was born in Belgium and it is a hanging platform with a restaurant on it. Just imagine your feelings sitting at such a table hanging about 164 ft above the ground!

Dinner In The Sky: The Most Extraordinary Restaurant

The restaurant on the platform is lifted on this height with the help of a lift crane. Guests are fastened with seat belts to special chairs which look like seats in sport cars.
At the table there is place enough for 22 customers. The cook and the staff work in the centre of the table.

Dinner In The Sky: The Most Extraordinary Restaurant

The project is becoming more and more popular among people around the world – from Europe to the USA and the South Africa. For example, in June 2012, the restaurant Sinner in the Sky was hanging above Estonia, in the centre of Tallinn.

Dinner In The Sky: The Most Extraordinary Restaurant

The project Dinner in the sky is not just about dinner, it is also about suppers, business lunches, presentations, etc. Everything depends on the clients’ imagination. So dare to dream!

Dinner In The Sky: The Most Extraordinary Restaurant

However, this particular restaurant is not for those who are constantly hungry or who like eating tasty and much food. This Dinner in the sky is more for adventure and extreme fans. So, if you like something unusual, something that is extreme and is on the edge of danger, welcome here. It will definitely be the most unforgettable dinner, supper, or lunch in your life. Having meal in heaven with exclusive atmosphere, incredible scenery over the city and best dishes from best chiefs from all over the world – that is something that you may include in your bucket list! We live only once, so why not to try?
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