In a city where we’re constantly being spoiled by our unfettered access to new and exciting ingredients, the world’s best chefs, and the most out-there experiences, it can be hard to lose sight of a truly special meal. That’s definitely not the case at London in the Sky, a pop-up which takes dining in the capital to glorious new heights.
How, you ask? By serving you utterly delicious food from some of the capital’s best-loved chefs as you sit at a specially made Sky Table, suspended 100ft in the air. This year, the event will be running three tables – each with a menu designed by a different well-known chef – giving even more patrons access to uniquely spectacular views over the city’s skyline, taking in famous landmarks like St Paul’s Cathedral, OXO Tower, the Shard and the Millennium Bridge. It’s the ultimate alfresco dining and drinking experience – and one of the best ways to enjoy summer.
Then, of course, there’s the food itself. Each table will serve sessions at breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as afternoon tea and after-dinner cocktails and canapés.
A meal at London in the Sky is one you’ll never forget. It’s a whole new perspective on eating out in London
With bespoke menus created by Pascal Aussignac of the Michelin-starred Club Gascon, The Dairy’s Robin Gill, and Lee Westcott of the Typing Room in Bethnal Green, the meals are bound to be some of the best you’ll eat – and they’re all finished by hand in front of you as you sit at the Sky Table.
Each table will be suspended 100ft in the air from a crane, and you’ll be safely strapped in by London In The Sky’s technicians. The tables also have roofs that protect you from the elements , so no need to worry about the weather spoiling your experience.
A meal at London in the Sky is one you’ll never forget. It’s a whole new perspective on eating out in London. Quite literally.
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