Have you ever dreamed of having a meal in the sky? Well, that's unlikely, it's kind of a weird fantasy. But, regardless, that dream is about to come true for Dubai residents.

Dinner in the Sky is returning to the United Arab Emirates. And all the thrill seekers are going to want to join in on this experience.

Dinner in the Sky has been listed as one of the 10 most unusual restaurants in the world by Forbes.com. It was first introduced 10 years ago in Belgium and Germany. Since then, it’s popped up in more than 40 countries around the world. 

What happens is your table gets hoisted 50 meters into the sky by a crane, and you have a meal completely airborne. But don't worry, it's completely safe. You, a chef, minimal staff, a host and performers are all strapped in with safety harnesses.

The unique dining experience will be hosted at the Habtoor Grand Resort, Autograph Collection in Dubai. It will have nine time slots from brunch to dinner. The first time slot starts at 11:50 a.m. and the final slot ends at midnight.

The table can sit 22 people, and each meal lasts around 85 minutes – including 20 minutes to seat the guests, 55 minutes for the meal and 10 minutes to unseat the guests.

The restaurant was previously in the UAE in 2013, fore just one night in Abu Dhabi. 

Ahmed Ishbair, owner and CEO of Dinner in the Sky in the UAE, says, "We are delighted to bring back this exciting experience and look forward to hosting tourists and residents alike."

The experience is said to start in the next two weeks. Tickets will be up for sale on dinnerinthesky.ae or on location.