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Food flight: Restaurant in the Sky returns with a suspended dining table

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Laura Richards
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And here we were thinking London’s dining scene couldn’t reach greater heights. You can now chow down in the clouds as Restaurant in the Sky returns to London later this year, when a select group of gastro nutters will eat at a dining table suspended from a crane 25 metres above ground.

Based down at St Katharine Docks, dizzy diners will be able to absorb the views from Tower Hill while enjoying their breakfast, lunch or dinner from chefs whose reputation fits the sky-high setting. Dan Doherty of Duck and Waffle fame, Ceviche and Andina’s Martin Morales and chef Tom Aikens are among those cooking up a storm in the sky September 17-30, with more names to be announced soon. Ticket prices are also pretty lofty, costing £50 for breakfast, £125 for lunch and £200 for dinner. They’re sure to fly when they go on sale here on Friday July 17. Verti-go-go-go!

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