ROBERTS bakery is launching the north west’s newest pop-up restaurant next week and getting there will be a seriously tall order.

For one day only, the Northwich-based family bakery brand will be hosting a high tea like no other - with guests enjoying a delicious spread made from its new range.

The menu includes boozy baked Gin & Tonic Fun Buns, sandwiches made with its red hot Fiery Corn Ready-to Rolls and four paper-wrapped, super-cool artisan Bloomers.

Some previously unseen and untasted products will also be unveiled while diners are suspended 100ft in the air above the city.

The restaurant comprises a single table hoisted into the air, which can seat 22 guests a time.

Each will be securely fastened into their seats before the platform is raised from the ground and their high-flying afternoon tea experience begins - taking in sensational scenic views from the region’s most open air restaurant.

With ‘flights’ departing from Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on Thursday 19 October, Roberts’ Sky High Tea is the first ever high altitude dining event to be held in the north west.

Manchester will join previous UK venues of London, Glasgow, Newcastle, Southampton and Bristol.

The experience has also been offered in major cities around the world including Los Angeles, Sydney, Dubai, Saint-Tropez, Kuala Lumpur, Brussels and Rome.

Seats at the table are invite-only but there are five pairs of flight tickets up grabs - each winning Sky High Tea for Two.

Click here to enter. 

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday, October 15.

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The Sky High Tea in London