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Posted on: Monday, 20 December 2010

Sky Dining at uShaka Marine World

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Dinner in the Sky

Dinner in the Sky

uShaka has a treat in store for Durbanites or Festive Season holiday visitors to this KwaZulu Natal city.  Have I got your attention and more importantly do you fancy dining 50 metres above the ground?  Well then Sky Dining at uShaka Marine World is the place for you.  Twenty two diners seated around a table suspended from a crane is what Dinner in the Sky is all about – a very unique experience available at uShaka from December 15th to January 5th.

Obviously the ‘venue’ is not undercover and the experience is therefore weather permitting, but you can be guaranteed of sensational views when the weather is good …

uShaka Marine World is the first venue in KwaZulu Natal to host this dining extravaganza which has travelled to cities such as London, Lisbon, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Las Vegas, Paris and our very own Cape Town!  It gives dining under the stars, or having your head in the clouds for that matter a whole new meaning!

Guests are greeted with cocktails and champagne on arrival and once registration is completed, are stapped into their seats to prepare for liftoff!  Starters are served by the flying chef and his helpers once
the table is between 40 and 50 metres above the ground.  Popular dishes include sushi, a seafood platter or even a steak flambé.  Meals cost between R150 and R500 (breakfast and lunch are also available).

Dinner in the Sky also offers a venue with a difference for board meetings, weddings and end of year celebrations!  So, if you want to throw a dinner party with a complete twist then give Dinner in the Sky a call and join the long list of people worldwide who’ve enjoyed sky high dining!

To book:

For more information or to make a booking, contact (031) 328 8107.
Dates: 15 December 2010 to 5 January 2011.

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1 comment about Sky Dining at uShaka Marine World
  1. January 11th, 2011 at 14:59
    pinky says:

    It was a lovely experience but scary at the same time, but the food make you forget about all that. Thank you for coming to Durban and to my husband for taking me to dinner in the sky.