Bored of going to that same old restaurant across the street? For a change you can dine in a 262 feet underground pop-down restaurant deep down in the belly of the earth.
Muru restaurant in Finland which was named Restaurant of the Year 2012 is hosting a unique dining experience where the diners will be taken to a make shift dining restaurant in Tytyri limestone mine 262 feet deep. This event will take place for just a fortnight between September 10 and 24.
To experience a four-course dinner which features roasted veal, salted salmon, hangar steak with béarnaise sauce and fennel risotto the diners have to travel down a test laboratory lift wearing mine helmets to reach the restaurant.
The dinner costs US$161 which includes dinner, drinks, museum admission and transportation to and from Helsinki to the pop-up restaurant.
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