Video: Restaurant Converts Budapest Eye For Skyline Dining

  • 20 Oct 2020 8:38 AM
Video: Restaurant Converts Budapest Eye For Skyline Dining
A Michelin star winning Costes restaurant converted the Budapest Eye Ferris Wheel for a skyline dining event.

With a lack of tourists in Budapest due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the restaurant and ferris wheel were left empty, allowing for this special dinner experience.

Tickets for the experience cost around $150 each for a four-course meal and they sold out within days of opening.

The restaurant owner is planning to repeat the event when warmer weather arrives in the spring.


MTI Photo: Imre Faludi

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