If you thought you had seen it all, wait… surely you still haven’t heard about Norway’s new underwater restaurant called Under, located in one of the most incredible places in the world to enjoy the views, both outside and under the sea. Ready to see the most expensive underwater restaurant in the world? Go ahead.
It is the largest underwater restaurant in the world and it has already opened its doors. Under offers a maximum capacity of 100 seats and has been created by world famous architect Kjetil Trædal Thorsen.
A tour of the largest underwater restaurant
The extraordinary structure of the Under restaurant offers diners a huge panoramic view of the ocean and marine life. The seating area is underwater and offers soft lighting that makes the experience incredibly memorable. But not everything is going to be calm and relaxed, during storms, diners can have an up-close experience of the turbulence below the surface. Under is Europe’s first underwater restaurant and it is built on an incline so that customers can enter the lobby before heading to the dining room.
According to Thorsen, the wooden ceilings have an iridescent pattern that simulates a sunset. He chose this pattern because the proposal is similar to a bridge between the sea and the land. The building was carefully designed without any detrimental impact on the surrounding marine habitat. The exterior concrete of the structure functions as an artificial reef and a refuge for sea creatures to build their homes.
As for the menu… The specialty of the house offers a wonderful selection of fresh and natural foods, in which the protagonists are seafood, along with poultry and other options. In the world’s largest underwater restaurant the menu varies from season to season, as does the availability of ingredients; Thanks to its head chef, customers can participate in the preparation of various dishes and choose from a wide selection of wines.
The structure of the restaurant
The structure is much more robust than it appears from the outside. The dramatic change in light is a feast for both the stomach and the eyes. The ceilings, interior walls, tables and chairs are made of earthy wood. The color patterns offer a unique and attractive appeal. The restaurant also hopes to keep its doors open to researchers who want to observe marine life through its spectacular windows.
If you want to enjoy an incredible evening in the city, you must book at Under, the largest underwater restaurant in the world. Watching sea creatures swim past you is simply amazing!