If you want to eat at this venue, you’d better have a head for heights.
Raised 164ft high, diners can sit at this table, with nothing but a small footrest between them and the ground far, far below.
The concept is the brainchild of company Events in the Sky and these unique dining tables have been winched into the air near iconic sites all over the world.
Fancy a meal while looking across to a platform on the Eiffel Tower? Or perhaps dinner while peering down on the Barcelona seafront?
The sky-high restaurant started in Brussels and has since spread to 15 countries around the world, including Mexico,
The suspended tablesÂ accommodate 22 people with three staff who work in the middle, including a chef, waiter and ‘entertainer’.
But you’ll need to have deep pockets if you want to hire out the whole platform. the lead-in price is a whopping Â£12,545.
But if you’re happy to share your table with others, the crane restaurant also lets people book individually for a vertigo-inducing meal, costing from Â£204 including a Champagne reception and a five-course meal, with wine, coffee and brandy.
Next month, the altitude restaurant will host some of Belgium’s most renowned Michelin-star chefs for Brussels in the Sky, a food festival celebrating the best of the city’s cuisine.
Diners are strapped into chairs shaped like racing car seats which are attached to the table with lots of sturdy-looking nuts and bolts and a steel safety cable. Safety is paramount and the crane and all the equipment is rigorously tested before each ascent.
And if you don’t fancy Belgium, you could always head to Las Vegas, where eating at altitude is just another of the extreme experiences on sale in Disneyland for adults’.
With an on-board mixologist, any nervous fliers can steady themselves with a cocktail or two so they can look out over the Las Vegas Strip without fear.
PUBLISHED:Â 10:04 EST, 12 May 2014Â |Â UPDATED:Â 10:06 EST, 12 May 2014
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