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If I hadn’t gone to Hong Kong I wouldn’t have had a drink in the highest located bar in the world – Ozon bar in the ICC tower. The International Commerce Centre was built in 2010 and a year after, in April 2011, the Ozon bar opened on the 128th floor making it the highest located bar and restaurant in the world measured from sea level. Since January last year the restaurant At.mosphere in Burj Khalifa, Dubai, is the highest one located on the 122th floor.

The Ritz-Carlton hotel in the skyscraper is now putting it back on top of the world again. Last week it announced that it is becoming the world’s highest chef’s table restaurant on its 102th floor restaurant.

The executive chef at The Ritz-Carlton, Peter Find, said: “The idea of a Chef’s Table is to present guests with an insider’s pass to the world of cooking. Guests will be able to see and experience the work and secret that goes into fabricating the dishes we served.”

Bonnie Kwok, PR Director at the hotel, said the interest from media and guests had been “tremendous”. She said: “The guests who have
experienced the Chef’s Table marvelled at the amazing and
innovative creations by the chefs and loved the intimate

The German chef with ten years of experience from Michelin-star awarded restaurants in Europe will together with two other chefs stay at the customers’ table throughout a whole evening. The hotel calls it an ”interactive dining exploration” where every dish’s ingredients and cooking methods will be explained.

However, as the rule of thumb says; the higher a restaurant is located, the higher the prices are. If you and seven friends would like to enjoy a personalized menu 420 meters above sea level and don’t want to eat airplane food, then a minimum spending of 14,000 HKD + 10% is required. High class.