A recently opened restaurant in Chongqing, China gives diners the experience of eating in a first class Airbus A380 airplane cabin, without ever leaving the ground. The interior is custom made to look like an airplane and they have ‘flight attendants’ for waitstaff. Interestingly, this is not the first A380-themed restaurant, there is also the A380 Sky Kitchen in Taipei, Taiwan.
China.org has images and more information (online translation):
Imagine dinner in the cabin of the A380 without buying a plane ticket. Recently, a new restaurant decorated in the Airbus A380 has attracted the interest of users in Chongqing. Follow us to discover this extraordinary restaurant. All decorations of the restaurant are inspired by aircraft: the windows, seats, carpets and even the cabin lighting. Most notable is that the restaurant seats can be adjusted as the plane. The head of the facility revealed that the most expensive seats are the four corner tables, which cost about 10,000 yuan a table. Ovoid in shape, this table is a favorite of lovers. The restaurant has hired 18 employees, “including 9 sales assistants,” the official said. Assistants, dressed in uniforms like those hostesses, have indeed had a vocational training. “The restaurant hostesses invited to teach them the makeup, the habits and skills of the hostesses,” revealed the manager.
via Oddity Central
images via China.org
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