Dine in the skies above London

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    Now you can dine in the sky above St Katharine's Docks Credit: Kevin Allen

    London is awash with restaurants with spectacular views but London in the Sky is, quite literally, taking dining in the capital to a whole new level.

    From 17 to 30 September, you will be able enjoy the best food and drink London has to offer in a truly exhilarating environment – suspended 25 metres above St Katharine’s Docks with amazing views of the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf and the iconic vistas around Tower Bridge.

    The table seats 22 guests, with food prepared and served in front of diners by some of London’s finest chefs in the centre of the table up in the sky. Guests are securely fastened in before the platform is raised from the ground and their gourmet experience begins.

    The restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and Champagne flights featuring food from top chefs including Dan Doherty, of Duck and Waffle, Robert Ortiz, of Lima, Mark Sargeant, of Morden and Lea, Sophie Michell, of Pont St, Mike Reid, of M Restaurants, Martin Morales, of Ceviche and Andina, Tom Aikens, of Tom’s Kitchen, Calum Franklin, of Holborn Dining Room, Chantelle Nicholson, of Tredwell’s from Marcus Wareing, and Peter Weeden, from Newman Street Tavern.

    Each of these restaurants  serves guests a menu of signature dishes during the 14-day festival. Dinner guests enjoy a Champagne Taittinger reception with all lunches and dinners being paired with Villa Maria wines.

    Dan Doherty, of Duck and Waffle, says: “London is now one of the leading food cities in the world. As if that wasn’t enough, we took it to another level with London in the Sky.

    “It’s a view we are used to at Duck and Waffle being located on the 40th floor but to have the opportunity to cook outside suspended with a view of one of London’s landmarks, Tower Bridge, and being able to directly connect with our guests is something very special indeed.”

    Tickets are on sale now.


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