Posted: Oct 20, 2020
With the pandemic ongoing, hospitality has been forced to take restaurant going to new heights, and in this case — quite literally.
A Michelin-starred restaurant in Budapest, Hungary offered guests a fine dining experience on the famed Budapest Eye Ferris wheel on October 17, overlooking the city's views.
Costes restaurant staged the event in hopes of showing diners that restaurants are continuously looking for ways to make eating out safer.
Speaking with Reuters, Costes' owner Karoly Gerendai said that the idea of a socially distanced dinner service came to him after noticing that attendance was only at a tenth of pre-lockdown levels.
"Now that there are not many people either on the wheel or in the restaurant because there are no tourists, the opportunity arose that we could do this," Gerendai said, adding that "the Ferris wheel is ideal with its separate cabins so we can solve the issue of separate seating for guests."
By: Melchi Anyinsah-Bondzie
October 20, 2020
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