Sky dining in Kuala Lumpur just got whole lot more interesting with the recent arrival of the famous Belgian-based Dinner In The Sky. Running throughout August, guests at this one-of-a-kind experience are suspended 50 metres above ground on a platform with a table, chef and wait staff, while tucking into a delicious 5-course meal.
Located next to KL Tower, guests are firmly secured to their seats with multiple seat belts, while the chairs rotate to provide them with a spectacular bird’s eye view of the city.
Ranked among the world’s Top 10 most unusual restaurants by Forbes magazine, Malaysia is the first South-East-Asian country to host this unique culinary experience. Despite the exhilarating adrenaline to dining in the open at great heights, the safety of diners and crew are well cared for as all designs adhere to strict German specifications
The five-course menu – classed as “Modern European” has been be prepared by Marc Fery, Chef de Cuisine at Hilton KL’s Graze restaurant and takes about an hour to serve. There is also a menu option for vegetarians.