- It’s not about where you go, but what you find when you get there
Enjoy a meal in a quite unusual marine environment.
In a remote corner of Norway on the North Sea sits a spectacular structure that seems to be emerging out of the water. It’s the world’s largest underwater restaurant, Under, which has received much international acclaim. The hefty concrete structure sports massive acrylic windows that reveal varied species of fish, crustaceans and urchins. Quick-shifting weather conditions make this environment dramatically turbulent. Scandinavian superstar chef Nicolai Ellitsgaard is constantly experimenting with recipe composition with fresh, seasonal, local ingredients. under.no
H20 by Chef Andrea Berton at You & Me by Cocoon
Underwater Michelin-starred dining was completely unheard of until Chef Andrea Berton opened H20 at You & Me by Cocoon. A boat trip is the only way to get to the superlative restaurant, which descends almost 20 feet under the Indian Ocean with 360-degree marine vistas complementing the gastronomy. Romance is always in the air—You & Me is one of the world’s top honeymoon resort destinations. youandmemaldives.com