We love the sound of this pop-up restaurant, which turns the idea of a Euro mini-break on its head, so that the city break, or at least the best bits of it – i.e. the food, drink and the possibility of something unexpected happening – comes to you. In a fly-by-night dining experience meets wanderlust adventure, ex Moro chef Oliver Templton has joined forces with three of his cousins (we do love a family affair), to create Dine Mile High: a 1950s-inspired Scandinavian feast, set in an aircraft cabin somewhere in West London. (The secret location is revealed when you book). So, for a few days in March, there will be cocktails, interactive theatre, departure snacks, four-course feasting, including char-grilled elk with golden beetroot, mushrooms, dill and cucumber salad, and music from Mile High’s airborne division.
Next stops, later this year: Beirut, Sicily and Mozambique. Book now, check in, buckle up and enjoy the journey.