#FOURNews | Sky high dining

04 Aug 2015
2 min read
London’s totally open-air restaurant returns for 2015
London in the Sky

Many people may remember this dining feat from the first time around, and now the sky high gastronomic experience is back.For those of you who may not be familiar with the new and improved, London in the sky, the fully open-air restaurant is suspended 25 metres above the ground, with breathtaking views of London’s iconic Tower Bridge and historic St. Katherine Docks.

Dale Agar of Events in the Sky says of the event:

“The inaugural London in the Sky event was so successful that we’ve decided to extend the event to two weeks this year offering the public this once in a lifetime experience to enjoy the finest cuisine served by some of the Capital’s most talented chefs. St Katharine Docks is a true London gem and will offer unique views of popular landmarks; Tower Bridge, the Shard and the Walkie-Talkie”.

The restaurant will return on a limited basis only, from the 17th until the 30th of September, with a brand new line up of great chefs and even greater dishes to choose from on their breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.The exclusive table in sky seats a maximum of 22 guests with unrestricted views of not only London, but also the preparation of the food and drink being served to them. The guests, chefs and service team will all be fastened securely to the pod before it is raised from the ground, ensuring that everyone is part of this memorable gourmet experience.

Guests can then watch their food being created in the centre of the table by chefs such as Dan Doherty of Duck & Waffle, Robert Ortiz of Lima, Sophie Michell of Pont Street, Michael Reid of M Restaurants, Martin Morales of Ceviche and Andina, Tom Aikens of Tom’s Kitchen, Calum Franklin of Holborn Dining Rooms and Chantelle Nicholson of Tredwell’s from Marcus Wareing with further chefs to be announced in due course.

Tom Aikens of Tom’s Kitchen:

“I’m delighted to be involved in such an exciting project. With London in the Sky and Tom’s Kitchen both based at St Katharine Docks this year, it seemed like the perfect fit – it will be great to give guests the opportunity to experience the restaurant both on land and in the sky.”

With Taittinger being the champagne of choice to accompany the array of award winning signature dishes that will be in store, London in the sky is no doubt going to be an exhilarating, unique, and top quality dining experience for any gourmand in the city.

Find out more information about Tom Aitkens

To learn more about London in the sky and to book tickets please go to |www.eventsinthesky.co.uk