Dining At New Heights
Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit has announced it will create a special 4-course menu for its extraordinary dining experience called “Dinner in The Sky”, bringing high altitude dining to Bangkok.
Dinner in the Sky, which is located behind Dinosaur Planet near The Emporium on Sukhumvit Road, features a dinner table suspended 50 metres above the ground by a 200-tonne European telescopic boom crane. At unique dinners in Bangkok, 22 guests will be secured in German TUV-approved safety harnesses and raised into the sky to enjoy Executive Chef Gaetano’s sublime menu and incredible city views.
Sky dining has been enjoyed by diners in more than 50 countries including China, Denmark, France, Holland, Japan, Macau and Taiwan and Robert Wittebrood, Executive Assistant Manager of Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, said, “We will have a talented catering team at the site led by Executive Chef Gaetano. He has designed a fabulous menu that will perfectly complement this one-of-a-kind dining experience.”
The dinner menu will include an appetizer of Angus beef carpaccio with a healthy salad, lemon dressing and Parmesan cheese foam followed by tomato gazpacho chili soup with crab meat and cucumber. Diners will also be offered a choice of main course dishes including pan fried butterfish with saffron potatoes, asparagus, cherry tomato and beetroot reduction or braised Australian short ribs beef with barbecue sauce and roasted vegetables or roasted New Zealand lamb loin with hazelnuts, baby turnip and purple potatoes purée. The exclusive dinner will end with a divine dessert of passion fruit mascarpone cream cheese cake with raspberry coulis and green tea ice cream.
Reservations are available for sunset at 6pm or for night dining at 7.30pm. The flight duration is 60 minutes. Tickets for the 4-course dinner are available now and cost Bt4,990 per person on weekdays and Bt5,390 on weekends.