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London in the Sky Returns With New Airborne Dining Experiences

London in the Sky – the unique airborne alfresco dining experience – returns to London this summer with more ways to drink and dine in the sky than ever before

This year, three Sky Tables will be simultaneously be suspended 100ft in the air above the South Bank for a super exclusive alfresco dining experience with some of London’s most iconic buildings, including St Paul’s Cathedral, OXO Tower and the Shard, as your backdrop.

The pop up, which runs from 5-15 July 2018, will serve up exclusive menus created by leading chefs for both lunch and dinner. Each of the three tables will serve a menu by a different chef: Pascal Aussignac of Michelin-starred Club Gascon, Robin Gill from the critically acclaimed Sorello and The Dairy, and Lee Westcott from Bethnal Green Town Hall’s Typing Room.

On the evenings of 6 and 13 July, these three exciting chefs themselves will take to the skies with you to cook and host evening dinner guests.

Each table seats 22 guests with the culinary team cooking from the centre of the table. Diners are securely fastened in at ground level before the elevated gourmet experience begins and the Sky Tables are lifted 100ft into the air.

The pop up will serve breakfast for £50pp, lunch for £125pp, high tea for £75pp, dinner for £150-£250pp and cocktails for £75pp, with flights running from 8.30am-10.30pm each day.

Tickets are selling out fast, so book now at eventsinthesky.co.uk 



 

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