The world’s largest underwater restaurant appeared in Norway
Fully booked for many months ahead.
21 Mar 2019 17:51
In 2005 the Maldives has opened the world’s first underwater restaurant, Ithaa, and in our day to take food under water in the UAE, Spain and other countries. This series March 21, joined by Norway, though its underwater restaurant Under became the largest in the world among similar. It is located on the South coast, near the picturesque village of Lindesnes (Lindesnes), at a depth of 5.5 meters.
“Under” is translated from English as “under (something)”, and in Norwegian the word means “miracle”. The building length of 34 metres, reminiscent of the rock, designed by Norwegian architectural office Snøhetta. Used in the construction of eco-friendly materials, allowing the building to become an artificial reef.
Through the huge panoramic window allows you to observe underwater marine life, but the seals planned to drive away, because they scare away the fish. The menu has about 20 dishes, and it’s not only seafood, but also poultry and meat. The average price tag is about 200 euros without drinks, plus 100 euros will cost the reservation.
At the same time Under the able to cater for 40 people per year is 12,000, but getting there is very difficult: after the first advertising in February 2018, the restaurant received a record number of applications. Now you can only join the waiting list and in line for about 7.5 thousand people.
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