- The restaurant in Norway will be part of a wider cultural and research area. It is designed by Snohetta , for the southern tip of the Norwegian coastline, in the village of Båly.
- Its structure will be half-submerged in the sea, five meters below the surface of the water. The design does not predict the creation of an aquarium but seeks to make the building part of the marine environment and coast.
- The descent to the restaurant is through three floors. The entrance is on the coast and the building looks like the sea swallows it.
- There is a champagne bar, which marks the transition from the coastline to the ocean, and the bottom line is the underwater restaurant.
- Guests will enjoy high quality seafood menus from the region’s fish such as cod, lobster and mussels.