I don’t think so…
I have to admit that my first thought when reading the article was how much the insurance premium would be for a place like this…But maybe it’s different in Norway. Thoughts about the food and sold out until September experience were secondary…
And no, it doesn’t sound like my kind of place…
I didn’t know about this one, but there is another one in Dubai.
I feel for the staff. Just from seeing the photos I think it would be depressing having to be in that environment every day.
I’d give this a shot 100%
What’s up with the decor? It looks like they went to ikea.
Also, I probably missed it as I just glanced over an article about it. How do you actually walk into this place and where do you park?
Edit…400 per person seems pretty steep. What kind of fish would one see here (both on the menu and in the water?) Also, where do they vent fumes to? I don’t see anything but I could be missing it.
True that Ikea has a plastic chair about the same look. But hey, those are Scandinavian design! ;D
Interesting question, maybe in the part above the water? Or they are mainly doing raw?!
More picts here
My idea of romance is apparently a bit different than theirs.
I wouldn’t be able to shake the claustrophobic feeling in spite of the reassurances.
I don’t descend into caves either so maybe I’m just a wimp, but an alive one.
OK I’m an old curmudgeon, but this is just stupid. Reminds me of restaurants on the top of towers that spun around, invariably serving bad food. That was considered “the thing” by my parent’s generation – eating underwater is I suppose considered “the thing” by my daughter’s (hipster) generation. High priced gimmicks. The foolishness of humans will be with us as long as we are humans I guess.
I’ll admit, I have a slight addiction to Dwell.
Why just today I learned that A-Rod will be JLo’s fourth husband. (and he’s selling a nice house he owns).