QUIRK for this WEEK

At the beginning of every week a 'Quirk' is posted here. This 'Quirk' is usually an event taking place in London during the week or at the weekend which is unique and quirky and may not have been widely advertised.


Anomalous London tries to find these anomalous events to keep the enjoyment of the glorious capital city of London alive. The Archive has details of past quirky events along with some lovely pictures. 


London in the Sky

Canary Wharf

Till 21st September 2014



This week Anomalous London brings you an amazing opportunity not to be missed! London’s first totally open-air restaurant suspended 100 feet from the ground. Organised by Events in the Sky which is part of the global Dinner in the Sky group that operates in over 40 different countries, this is the first time they have an exclusive pop-up restaurant open to the public in London.


The restaurant will welcome five Chefs from London’s Michelin-starred restaurants to recreate their signature menus whilst cooking in the air. The table seats 22 guests, with food prepared and served in front of diners by the Chef and team in the centre of the table. Guests are securely fastened in before the platform raises 100 feet from the ground and their gourmet experience begins. The trademarked sky table is covered with a roof awning sheltering diners from rain and wind when up in the air.


London in the Sky will offer diners the opportunity to eat and drink the best that London has to offer, with breakfasts served by Anna Hansen’s The Modern Pantry, lunch and dinner services from some of the capital’s best Michelin-starred Chefs and restaurants: 

Benares - Atul Kochhar;

Club Gasgon-  Pascal Aussignac;

Angler - Tony Fleming;

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon - Xavier Boyer;         

Alyn Williams at The Westbury – Alyn Williams


Each of these restaurants will serve guests a Champagne Taittinger reception followed by a   selection of signature dishes (three courses at   lunch, five at dinner) paired with hand chosen Villa Maria wines to their guests.      


Atul Kochhar, says of the event “London is now being recognised as a leading culinary hub. London in the Sky marries our famous skyline with our highly respected food  and it was an opportunity we absolutely couldn’t pass up. We can’t wait to get cooking up there”.


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