Tickets on sale for London in the Sky

25 November 2016 by
Tickets on sale for London in the Sky

London in the Sky, an open-air restaurant where diners are suspended 100 feet from the ground, will be heading to the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground at the Chelsea College of Arts in July 2017.

The event, now in its third year, will run from 19 to 30 July and will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, either with or without a Champagne reception, alongside afternoon and evening drink flights.

Prices start at £50 for breakfast, £125 for lunch, £150 for dinner and £75 per drinks flight.

Guests sat at the 22-cover table will have food prepared in front of them by top chefs including Michael Reid of M Restaurants, Jeremy Page from L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon and Calum Franklin, head executive chef of Holborn Dining Room.

The full chef line-up will be announced in February 2017.

Franklin said: "This is the second year I will be cooking from 100 feet in the air as Holborn Dining Room returns to London in the Sky. What better way to showcase our seasonal and locally sourced British brasserie than with this unique experience overlooking London."

Dale Agar of Events in the Sky said: "We're looking forward to London in the Sky 2017, which will have another stellar line-up of the capital's best chefs and restaurants who will transfer their menus to our unique sky table. Guests will enjoy a breath-taking dining experience with spectacular views up and down the Thames.

Tickets are on sale at

London in the Sky restaurant to return >>

Chef revelations: Calum Franklin, head chef, Holborn Dining Room >>

Menuwatch: M Victoria >>

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