Feed on, Cloud 9
Expect the unexpected in the sector of Hospitality you’ll get a chance to eat above the ground level, who thought of this? The First ever Flying Dining Restaurant in India, One of the world’s most unusual and adventurous dining experiences has finally come to Bengaluru, the Silicon Valley of India. This restaurant provides a lifetime experience of dining midst the clouds with the best view of the city. The experience has been started by Bengaluru-based adventure sports company called Jumpking India who began working on the project three years ago but first conceived the idea five years ago taking inspiration from many countries abroad. India becomes the 66th country in the world to host the experience and is also open to people who have fear of heights.
The entire concept of a hanging restaurant has been carefully designed, keeping the security measures in mind. The whole setting is elevated up to 50m from the ground and is raised by a crane, which is suspended by metal ropes. The deck can accommodate approximately 20 guests around the table with three staff members in the centre. To give the guests a complete aerial view, the table slowly rotates 360 degrees, wherein you even have an option of reclining your seat horizontally.
The food is mostly Indian with kebabs dominating. You can pick a full-meal service or just starters, both of which are accompanied by drinks. The menu at Fly Dining is, however, set. On offer here is grilled chicken or sauteed vegetables with herb rice, croquettes and bruschetta. A fruit bowl and mocktail also are part of the menu. The mocktail session comprises a drink and snacks. That said, please don’t expect a great culinary experience Although we’re pretty sure that the experience is so spectacular, the actual meal may not matter! The Nagawara Lake and the Karle township are the backdrop for this sky-high experience and look gorgeous from up there. Available to book out for a party, an impressive business lunch or for just change from the on-ground restaurants. We’re hoping there will be at least a few proposals too!