You need a super strong gut to dine at this open-air restaurant 160 feet up

While it is fair to say that the F&B scene in Shanghai is fast evolving, with intense competition for its increasingly sophisticated palates, this new comer literally went to new heights to stay one head above the rest. Diners enjoy the high life when they partake in this one-of-a-kind dining experience in a sky box, suspended from a crane, 160 feet above the ground. But remember to come with deep pockets as Dinner in the Sky patrons are expected to pay anything from US$300 to well over US$1,000.


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