Take a look inside this Boeing 737 that has been converted into a fine dining restaurant


Most airplane food is the stuff of nightmares, but spending some time in this particular plane might just change your mind about in-flight dining experiences. Plane in the City is an actual Boeing 737 plane located Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur, and while this plane doesn’t actually ever take off they do promise to take your tastebuds on a promising journey.


Open on open on weekdays and weekends, Plane in the City is a fine dining restaurant that serves up three-course meals belonging to three categories: Economy, Business Class and First Class. Each category includes perks and benefits with First Class offering the most, since it is also the most expensive. The meals are prepared by the chefs of the Le Meridien Kuala Lampur.


An Economy meal will set you back by RM199, and in addition to your three courses you’ll also get to visit the Aircraft’s Cockpit and enjoy the Wing Walk experience. In Business Class (RM399) you can enjoy a couple of complimentary cocktails in the lounge as well as an appetizer of Boston lobster in mini buns. If you spring for First Class (RM999), they’ll even throw in a 1 night stay for 2 in a Deluxe room at the Le Meridien with breakfast.

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The cool thing about Plane in the City is the fact that you can do things in there that you could never do on a real plane, like checking out the cockpit and taking pictures on the actual plane wing. Go for the selfies and stay for the food!

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[Via:Independent]