The three Michelin starred chef Andreas Caminada is set to launch a rather unique restaurant pop-up on board a flight from Zurich to New York, transforming the plane from standard passenger flight to a one off dining experience like no other.
The Swiss chef will take his crew from the Schloss Schauenstein restaurant on board the flight as they prepare to wow guests with a set of specially prepared dishes.
Speaking about the plans, Caminda said: “The idea of a pop-up restaurant came out of my curiosity, i’m always keen to take new paths. And this whole project will be a real experience for me and my team, and one whose results I am very eager to see!”
There’s no news on exactly what the chef will serve, only that he will be offering creations designed specifically for the flight alongside personally selected wines.
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