Munich is awash with high end eateries but non come close to the heady heights of the Olympic tower 181 which quite literally tops them all. At a staggering 181 metres above the city, hence the name, Chef Otto Koch serves various menu options. Try the sunset menu (from 6pm to 8pm) to take in the best of the views, where a serving a three-course prix fixe will set you back 54 euros and includes dishes like veal carpaccio or burrata, braised beef and gnocchi and ceps. See more dishes on the sunset menu.
Located at 500 feet, SkyCity takes the title of the world’s oldest revolving restaurant, although it is in the process of getting a futuristic upgrade, take a look at what's planned.
The culinary team, led by Executive Chef Jeff Maxfield, uses local ingredients to create Pacific Northwest cuisine. From wild seafood caught on American vessels to mushrooms, berries, and nettles. An observation deck visit is complimentary with dinner.
Taking the title of the highest revolving restaurant in the world at 3,500 meters above sea level or 11,482 feet this Swiss restaurant lets diners take in awe inspiring views of the mountain peaks. It takes one hour to do a full rotation which should be ample time to polish off a rosti.
Take in a panorama of Tokyo from 17 floors up the Sky at New Otani Tower. And if that weren't enough an enourmous "stage kitchen" encourages diners to choose their own ingredients, and have the chefs cook before them - Teppanyaki, sushi, Chinese and western cuisine, and desserts are all covered.
For a bird's eye view of the city that never sleeps try New York’s only revolving rooftop restaurant. The floor makes a 360° rotation every hour, ensuring an ever-changing backdrop against your surf and turf. Try the sunday brunch for a spectacular weekend treat.
Head up to level 71 to feast on executive chef Justin Mason's southern inspired menu, where appetizers include jumbo lump crab cake with bbq sauce and tomato bisque with burrata cheese and crystalised basil, and mains pan seared sea scallops with watermelon radish and butter poached lobster with english pea risotto.
Located an eye watering 800 feet (244 metres) above Las Vegas at the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower, the fine dining restaurant comes with unparalleled views of the city completing every rotation in a relaxed 80 minutes.
The only 360° revolving restaurant in Hong Kong offers breath taking views topped off with a variety of international delicacies - from live shrimp from the tank, fresh seasonal delights from the seafood counter and Cantonese barbecue to Tempura, Teppanyaki, and Indian curries.