4 Best Underwater Restaurants in the World

Christopher ZeniosChristopher Zenios06/11/20193min
Dinner with a view? These restaurants are taking views to a whole new level, a level that is underwater.

This is not your average dining experience to be surrounded by sea life and water, but underwater restaurants are becoming increasingly popular. Here are the best underwater restaurants in the World.

 

Subsix – Maldives

Subsix restaurant lies six meters below the Indian Ocean 500 meters offshore from the Per Aquum Niyama Resort in the Maldives. The restaurant is accessible only by speedboat and on the menu for guests is a champagne breakfast a lunch of light seafood dishes or evening cocktails. The sea surrounding is how to more than 90 types of coral that attract a spectacular array of Sea Life for guests to enjoy. The restaurant is also available for private events, weddings, and wine tasting.

 

L’Oceanogràphic Submarino – Spain

This restaurant in Spain is set in the center of a huge aquarium. Guests can enjoy a seafood menu that also featuring Spanish dishes and a large wine selection all while enjoying the view of over 10,000 fish. The restaurant features jellyfish-themed lighting with floor-to-ceiling windows in the circular outer walls and ocean-inspired interior design pieces.

 

Under – Norway

Under is Europe’s first underwater restaurant and one of the few not located in a tropical area. The restaurant is designed as a large sloping concrete mass that looks as if tips into the sea. The concrete structure is half-submerged and split over 3 levels that include a champagne bar. The restaurant can serve 100 guests per night making it one of the largest underwater restaurants.

 

AL Mahara – Dubai

This restaurant in Dubai gives visitors an underwater dining experience with a floor to ceiling aquarium. The restaurant is located in a luxurious hotel with the name Al Mahara, which translates to “the oyster shell. The menu provides an array of seafood including poached tsarskaya oysters and sea salt-crusted sea bass.

 

Image source by Niyama Private Islands, oceangrafic.org, reutersmedia.net, businessinsider.net

Christopher Zenios

Christopher Zenios

Christopher has always been a pioneer, a first adopter when it comes to technological advancements. Over the years, his expertise surrounded the real estate and digital markets and their evolution in today's society. After being the editor to various professional business news portals and blogs, he was selected to become the chief editor for HWC. Contact Christopher at +357-22029786 ext: 6110 or by email at czenios@highworthcitizen.com for editorial related questions.



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