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Sky Dining in Goa is literally taking our dine-out experience to newer heights!

So if you're feeling fancy in Goa and wanna add to your list of unique experiences, Sky Dining is where you need to be.

The sunshine state of India, Goa truly has a lot in store for foodies looking for their next food haven. The dining scenes here are diverse, with some explorers looking to delve deep in the tasting of culinary history of Goa while others are simply in search of an offbeat experience. But if you're somewhere in the middle, trying to blend in unique adventures and food simultaneously, then Goa has something for you.

Sky Dining is a whole new concept which has literally taken 'over' the shores of Goa and it is a dine-out episode like no other. If you're a foodie with a taste for adrenaline, then this is where you should be!

What's Good?

This new dining set-up is a luxurious opportunity where you get to ditch the usual tables and chairs for your meals or meet-ups and do take our word for it, it ain't for the faint-hearted. Launched on V-Day this year, this concept has brought to life by the Goa Tourism Department and Cuba Goa. This 'eatery' looks over the lush Anjuna Cliff and since they haul you up 160 feet above the ground, your eyes can be assured of a panoramic view of the city.

There's a crane which has been stationed near NYEX Beach Club and all day long, it permits 22 people for a 30–60 minute session of brunch, lunch, sundowner or dinner- basically, anything imaginable around a table, you can do it in the sky above! There'll always be 3-4 servers attending to your needs here and the menu boasts of vegetarian and meat lovers' delicacies which are undoubtedly heavy on the pockets but it's all gonna be worth every penny and time you spend here.

They have your safety ensured with world-class arrangements by professionals from all across the globe and honestly, even without any assurances, we'd still go for the thrill of it.

In order to register for this fancy schmancy flight, you need to book your table minimum 2 hours, prior to your chosen time slot. These make-believe table-chair structures can rotate 360 degrees and if you want to take your dining experience a notch above, then you're free to recline your four-strapped seat to 180 degrees.

Knock Knock

So if you're feeling fancy in Goa and wanna add to your list of unique experiences, Sky Dining is where you need to be. Absolutely fit for a romantic date, you can even think of popping the question here which is bound to put bae on cloud 9 and if you're bae-less, just grab your squad and do the bookings already!

Location:133, Anjuna Mapusa Road, Dmello Vaddo, Anjuna, Goa

Timings: 11AM - 11PM

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