London, Aug 1 (ANI): This year's Edinburgh Festival is offering food-lovers a chance to dine 100ft above the Scottish capital on a mobile table.
The concept originated in Belgium four years ago and has since become a regular feature in cities such as Las Vegas and Dubai.
In 2009, it caught the eye of events company Dada, which decided to bring it to Scotland naming it the Festival in the Sky.
"What better place to have something like this than at the Edinburgh Festival? It has been voted one of the top ten dining experiences in the world. It's inventive and utterly unique," The Scotsman quoted Alan MacCaskill, director of Dinner in the Sky and Dada, as saying.
Some of Scotland's best chefs will be taking to the sky over the course of the month to cook for gourmets and gourmands 'dining in the sky'. (ANI)