Dining in the Sky in Brussels at The Cube by Electrolux

The Cube by Electrolux, Brussels

Talk about haute cuisine. A new pop-up restaurant-- perched on top of the Arc de Triomphe in the Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels-- serves up awe-inspiring views along with tasty grub made with locally sourced ingredients. The Cube by Electrolux is, like its name implies, a transparent glass cube similar to Nomiya in Paris. Designed by artist Laurent Grasso as a temporary restaurant installation on top of the Palais de Tokyo, Nomiya was so popular among diners that reservations filled up seconds after being made available. (Only 12 diners at a time were privy to the experience.) And its “temporary” run has become a permanent fixture in Paris (residents hope, anyway!). The Cube in Brussels will be open for lunch and dinner until July 3rd, before moving on to other famous European landmarks in Italy, Russia, Switzerland, and Sweden. For more information and reservations, check out the website.  

 

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