space food

It seems that nowadays there’s no shortage of places to choose from when it comes to dining out. But if you really want an out-of-this-world meal… the food you’re looking for will take you to the edge of Earth and space.

Space Food: Bringing Cutting Edge Technology And Gourmet Dining Experiences Together. 

Luxury space travel operator, SpaceVIP announced they would create a one-of-a-kind mission…

In which 6 lucky passengers will dine in the stratosphere. 

The expedition company is partnering with Chef Rasmus Munk to host the first Michelin-starred meal 100,000 feet above sea level

Out of the way freeze-dried ice cream… there’s a new kind of space food in town. 

The experience will take passengers to the edge of space…

In the world’s first carbon-neutral spacecraft aptly named Spaceship Neptune. 

Not only will the trip include delicious food and a view of space few have witnessed, but other perks include:

  • In-flight wifi
  • A space-themed menu
  • Clothing by French fashion house Ogier, which will use the latest “cutting-edge fabric technology”


As for the menu, while nothing has been confirmed, Chef Rasmus Munk, who has two Michelin stars to his name…

Has been developing dishes “inspired by the role of space exploration over the last 60 years of human history and the impact it has had on society,”

The entire experience is planned to last 6 hours. The first trip is set to take flight in late 2025

One Small Step For Man… One Gian Step For Space Tourism

While the novelty of space food is striking, this feels like a natural step for the space tourism industry. 


All over the world, different entrepreneurs and thinkers are trying their hand at reaching for the stars. Notably, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos have been in a space race of their own, with other private companies following suit. 

Yet, many of these space companies simply are not profitable. Most are bleeding money or filing for bankruptcy. 

This initiative might be one of astronomical ambition, but who knows what will come of it…

It might not be long until we’re all dining at a restaurant at the end of the universe. 

Be Great,

GCTV Staff

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