Plane Turned Into Michelin Chef’s Pop-Up Restaurant

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Plane Turned Into Michelin Chef’s Pop-Up Restaurant
Plane Turned Into Michelin Chef’s Pop-Up Restaurant
We’ve heard of gourmet meals on-board, but this is definitely a first.

Swiss International Airlines is creating a one of a kind gourmet experience high in the sky. For one day only, on November 21, all flights between Zurich and New York will turn into a Michelin-grade pop-up restaurant. Michelin-starred chef Andreas Caminada of Schauenstein Schloss, will be hosting the event, with wine pairings for all passengers from first class to cabin.

"The idea of a pop-up restaurant came out of my curiosity,” said chef Caminada. “ I'm always keen to take new paths. And this whole project will be a real experience for me and my team, and one whose results I am very eager to see.”

Caminada’s restaurant, located in a historic castle just outside of Zurich, Switzerland, is one of Pellegrino’s top 50 restaurants in the world, and has earned three Michelin stars.

Flights that day are bound to be expensive, but you can book them on the Swiss Airlines website now.

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter@JoannaFantozzi

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