London in the Sky is back for 2018 and it's bigger and better than ever

Following the announcement of its seasonal relaunch, London in the Sky introduces three separate 'sky tables', offering to raise dinners a staggering 100ft above the ground near the Southbank

London in the Sky

You can't get more alfresco than with a meal at London in the Sky. A kitchen and dining table suspended 100ft above the ground, it offers the ultimate outdoor eating and drinking experience.

And this year, it's about to get even bigger and better. Come July, dinners will be safely strapped into three 'sky tables' before climbing above the London skyline to enjoy a selection of delicious food and drink.

The roster of chefs who will be showcasing their skill (and resilience) at London in the Sky's pop-up chef's table has also been announced, and it's an impeccable line up, with Pascal Aussignac of Michelin-starred Club Gascon, The Dairy's Robin Gill and Lee Westcott of the Typing Room in Bethnal Green cooking up a storm on select days.

Each table seats 22 guests and from the privileged vantage point of London in the Sky's table you'll be able to spot some of London's most famous landmarks, including St Paul’s Cathedral, OXO Tower, the Shard and the Millennium Bridge. It's open for breakfast all the way through to lunch, afternoon tea and after-dinner drinks. Put simply, London in the Sky is the one place you need to visit this summer.

Want to see what it's like way up there? Check out our contributing editor Lydia Winter take to the sky at last year's sitting.

Flights run from 8.30am-10.30pm from 5-15 July. Tickets start at £50 per person. Visit for more information, including location and how to book