Prepare yourselves (and your wallets!) Dinner in the Sky coming to PH soon
Are you ready for a dining experience on a higher level?
Dinner in the Sky, a revolutionary dining concept that allows customers to enjoy fine dining meals while being hoisted on a crane, recently released a teaser on their official website about their upcoming Philippine launch.
“Get Ready for Dinner in the Sky… Philippines”, said the teaser webpage that remarkably features Ayala-Makati skyline.
Dinner in the Sky, a Belgian based restaurant concept founded by David Ghysels and Stefan Kerkhofs about ten years ago, was tagged by Forbes as one of the world’s most unusual restaurants.
The mobile restaurant operates in key cities in 15 nations, including Paris, Las Vegas and Johor, Malaysia.
Customers pay a fixed fee for a dining package, and get to experience high-end meals served 100-200 feet into the air.
In a report by Forbes, Ghysels guarantees security of diners. He said that the company takes precautionary measures including a 6-point seatbelt closing, safety attachments, cables and presence of well-trained security members on every platform.
Interested individuals who wish experience this unique concept might need to start saving up, because Dinner in the Sky packages come in hefty prices. Malaysian dining package costs around RM 599, (approx. $145), which translates to approximately Php 6,808.