Underwater restaurant opens in Europe

Norway already has a number of charms to its name, and there is one more to its name now.  The land of the rising sun is now home to the largest underwater restaurant in the world, named Under. It has been designed by the legendary architectural firm, Snøhetta, which is a forerunner in the field of innovative architecture. Other than being the largest underwater restaurant in the world, it is also the first one of its kind in Europe.  Guests would be gorging over some of the finest cuisines, sitting all plush and cozy 5 m below the water surface.

The restaurant has a seating capacity of 40 people and is now open to foodies and curious souls alike. Apart from the food, Under will also double up as a marine research center. The concept restaurant is already attracting attention from across the world, and rightly so because unlike an aquarium, it plunges into a real wilderness in the open sea. The walls are designed with extra caution, thick enough to withstand any force of water.  guests would be gorging over some of the finest cuisines, sitting all plush and cozy 5 m below the water surface.


The restaurant has a seating capacity of 40 people and is now open to foodies and curious souls alike. Apart from the food, Under will also double up as a marine research center. The concept restaurant is already attracting attention from across the world, and rightly so because unlike an aquarium, it plunges into a real wilderness in the open sea. The walls are designed with extra caution, thick enough to withstand any force of water.