CITY of South Perth has allowed Dinner in the Sky to start operating again at Sir James Mitchell Park from today.
On Friday, the City suspended the sky-high concept after operators failed to provide documentation to hire the site, despite it operating last week.
A City spokeswoman said the operator had issued the required permit for Dinner in the Sky to operate again.
“They are now authorised to commence operations,” she said.
The high-flying concept, which is set to leave Perth in a few weeks for Broome and Margaret River, gives foodies a taste of fine dining suspended from a crane 50m in the air with 360-degree views.
The 22-seater sky restaurant will host several “flights” each day including brunch, lunch, cocktails and dinner.
Last week a statement released by the organisation said Dinner in the Sky WA director Matthew Anderson had been working with the City of South Perth.