"Suspended in the air, eat dinner in the sky." That would be the theme restaurant to be launched in Egypt soon and where people can enjoy a hot meal at an altitude of 200ft on a chair of 6-point seat-belts.
The British Daily Mail newspaper said on Tuesday the reservation of a 22-seated table in a sky restaurant costs £200.
It added sky restaurants would be introduced in Egypt, Singapore and Greece soon.
The idea of sky restaurants was launched in 2006 by 49-year-old David Ghysels who is from Brussels, Belgium, the Daily Mail said.
According to the Daily Mail, Ghysels believed the experience would be eye-catching and succeeded in attracting tourists in many countries.
"Dinner In The Sky debuted in Brussels eight years ago, and has since toured 45 countries, with destinations including London, Barcelona, Brussels, Dubai, Las Vegas and Paris," Daily Mail mentioned.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm