It’s one of the more novel culinary innovations of recent years in Brussels and elsewhere – eating while suspended 50 metres from the ground.
For its 2019 edition, Dinner in the Sky will head to the Canal in Brussels, opposite the future Kanal Pompidou Museum.
Since its launch in Brussels in 2006, Dinner in the Sky has always focused on making its guests experience what a spokesman calls “childhood dreams”. Whether in Belgium or in the 70 countries where the concept is developed.
This year, the magic will take place on the water: the Dinner in the Sky tables will be put on the canal – literally.
Guests will be greeted “on the water” at the foot of the Quai Beco. A surreal introduction to say the least, before dinner which will take place at 50 metres up in the air.
An hour and a half of gastronomic delight with a 5-course menu prepared and served by a starred chef and a unique view on the Port of Brussels, Tour and Taxis, the future Kanal Pompidou Museum.
This “journey” will be led by 11 chefs, totalling 16 stars: Yves Mattagne (Sea Grill**), David Martin (La Paix**), Pierre Résimont (L’Eau Vive**), Alexandre Dionisio (La Villa in the Sky**), Bart De Pooter (De Pastorale**), Viki Geunes (‘t Zilte**), Karen Torosyan (Bozar Restaurant*), Isabelle Arpin (Isabelle Arpin), Giovanni Bruno (Senzanome*), Luigi Ciciriello (La Truffe Noire*) and Mathieu Jacri (Villa Emily*).
Another new feature of the 2019 edition is the 4 cocktail sessions that will be organised on the afternoons of the weekends.
Dinner in the Sky will take place until Sunday 23 June. Each day, 3 sessions are organised: 12, 7 and 9.30 pm.
Tickets are going fast so anyone interested is advised to book as soon as possible.