Dinner in the Sky: Haute Cuisine in Brussels

Dinner in the Sky in Brussels

Summer has arrived in Europe, and with the warm weather, a slew of exciting events. If you’re traveling to Brussels this month, don’t miss a unique culinary experience in the European Capital. “Dinner in the Sky” is haute cuisine in every sense of the word; 22 guests are invited to a table floating above the city, where a Michelin-starred chef serves fine dishes paired with wines and unparalleled views.

The concept first got its start in Brussels in 2006, and now it’s traveled the world and showcased the cooking of some of the world’s finest chefs (like Joël Robuchon, Pierre Gagnaire, Alain Passard, and Heston Blumenthal.) This year, Dinner in the Sky will host seven of the best chefs in Brussels, including Yves Mattagne of Sea Grill**, Lionel Rigolet of Comme Chez Soi**, Pascal Devalkeneer of Chalet de la Forêt**, David Martin of La Paix*, Giovanni Bruno of Senzanome*, Luigi Ciciriello of La Truffe Noire* & Bart De Pooter of De Pastorale** and of WY*.

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Bookings can be made online, and there is one lunch and two dinners available daily (7:30 and 9:30 pm). A five-course meal is served. For more information, visit www.dinnerinthesky.be

Dinner in the Sky in Brussels

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