World's Weirdest Restaurants
Dinner in the Sky, Belgium
Dinner in the Sky, Brussels, Worldwide
Look up, Look waaaay up -- except this time it's not a Friendly Giant there to greet you: it's a table that seats 22, suspended 50 metres in the sky. When Belgian marketing maven David Ghysels teamed up with bungee jumping adventure-maker Stefan Kerkhof they created an experience that harnesses guests to their seats and sees waiters and chefs serve diners from the centre of the table as the table itself surrounds the staff. Perhaps the greatest thing about Dining in the sky, is the sky is truly the limit. You could eat over Niagara Falls, The Grand Canyon or the Taj Mahal, as a pianist suspended just behind you serenades with the evening's entertainment. How do you get your hands on such an experience? Dining in the Sky is available in over 80 countries – all you have to do is rent it. Those afraid of heights, need not apply.