The world’s largest underwater restaurant just opened in Norway, and it has a 36-foot window that looks right out into the seabed so guests can watch marine life swim by as they eat
- Norway just opened Europe’s first underwater restaurant.
- Fittingly called “Under,” the restaurant — the largest of its type in the world — has three-foot-thick walls and is designed to withstand harsh weather and rough seas.
- The 110-foot-long structure resembles a giant concrete tube that’s half-submerged in the water.
- The restaurant seats 35 to 40 guests each night, who can watch sea life go by through a 36 x 13-foot panoramic window as they eat.
Europe’s first underwater restaurant — and the world’s largest — just opened in Norway.
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