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[PHOTO] Dinner in the Sky® Restaurant Opens in Zagreb

21.05.2015., Zagreb -  Jedinstveni gastronomski dogadjaj - Dinner in the sky organiziran je ispred hotela Westin. Tim strucnjaka podigao je stol za 22 osobe na visinu od 50 metara gdje su uzivali u hrani koju su pripremili chefovi Sasu Laukkonen i Tomislav Hruban.  Ivana Misura.  Photo: Davor Puklavec/PIXSELL

Photo Credit: Davor Puklavec/PIXSELL (HUP)

Guests have been served delicacies prepared by Michelin star Finnish chef, Sasu Laukkonen, 65 metres in the air above Zagreb as Dinner in the Sky® returned to Croatia during its European tour on Thursday….

From 21-22 May Laukkonen, whose Helsinki restaurant recently was awarded a Michelin star, will cook for guests who have booked this unique dining experience, whilst on 22 and 23 May Westin Zagreb Hotel executive chef Tomislav Hruban will cook for guests. Hruban is one of the best chefs in the entire region, not only in Croatia, and the winner of numerous international awards.

Dinner in the Sky®, which Forbes magazine called one of the world’s ten most unusual restaurants, has been in 45 cities around the world, including Zagreb, London, Vienna, Paris, Istanbul, Barcelona, Rome, Monte Carlo, Toronto, Las Vegas, Dubai, Helsinki, Tel Aviv, Rio de Janerio, and many more.

A number of Dinner in the Sky®dining options will be available until 31 May. It is not too late to book your seat. More details on how to reserve your seat here.

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