The idea of this leaves me panicked yet exhilarated! Dinner in the Sky is a concept from Stephan Kerkhofs, where a mobile communal dining table is suspended at a height of 50 metres from a crane to host breakfast in the sky above Istanbul, lunch in the sky above Budapest, cocktails above Capetown or a meeting over London!
Designed to conform with rigorous German safety standards, the table accommodates a staff of up to five people at its centre and can be booked for up to eight hours anywhere with a ground surface area of 500 metres… think castle estate, golf course, vineyard. Caterers in the sky have served everything from lobsters and sushi to tapas and hosted wine tastings.
Author: Rohini Wahi
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