We epicures are always on the sniff to get a whiff of new dining experiences because with the fast paced world, everything feels tried and tested already!

Sometimes, a satisfying dining experience doesn’t involve hearty portions and eclectic aesthetics only. It’s more than that; it’s about an out-of-the-box element in the basic monotony, which amps up our curiosity and makes it an experience to remember! Keeping all this in mind, our city always manages to match up to the constantly evolving dining scenes to keep us looped in and it mostly doesn’t disappoint.

Along similar lines, Noida is offering a dine-out episode like no other, so if you’re a foodie with a taste for adrenaline, then we have some news for you!

Dine above all!

Fly Dining in Noida is a luxurious dining set-up where you get to ditch the usual tables and chairs for your dinner and it’s definitely not for the faint-hearted.

You gotta sit on a make-believe dinning table structure which can accommodate about 24 people and there’ll always be 4 servers attending to your needs. This chair-table structure is elevated to a height of approx 50 metres above the ground, which gives you a panoramic view of the city. Oh and did we forget to tell you? It’s suspended from a crane!

They have a menu which serves vegetarians and meat hoggers, so it is open to all and surely, you’ll never be too tired of feeding your camera with the stellar view here.

But is it safe?

Keeping your safety in mind, everyone’s required to clip in their seatbelts and the serving staff too is secured with safety belts. If you need to go to the loo, they do have a provision for that as well and this whole experience lasts for about 30 minutes.

Curated as per German norms, all of the arrangements are made to ensure your maximum safety. If an emergency arises, this platform can be brought down to a safety area below!

What we’re saying is-

When you’re feeling fancy and wanna add to your list of unique experiences, Fly Dining is where you need to be! It’s a little heavy on the pockets but it’s gonna be a night to remember for sure. Tag bae or squad and make your weekend plans already.

Location: Gardens Galleria Mall, Noida

Timings: 6PM - 11PM

Cost: ₹2,999 onwards

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