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For the chef and diners alike, each meal beneath the waves at Europe's first underwater restaurant is a thing of wonder.The aptly named new restaurant Under opened a few weeks ago in Lindesnes on Norway's southern tip.Customers enter the restaurant onshore through a wood-paneled passage and descend down a long, oak staircase into a dimly lit dining room.The restaurant is a 34-meter monolith designed by Norwegian firm Snohetta, known for its celebrated buildings such as the Oslo Opera and the 9/11 Memorial Pavilion in New York.The restaurant, however, is probably not for everyone's budget.The tasting menu, consisting of 16 to 18 dishes, costs 2,250 kroner ($258) per person -- and double that when wine is included.The 26-centimeter thick plexiglass window is designed to withstand storms, and the entire structure, with its thick concrete walls, is built to resist pressure and shocks from the rugged sea conditions.
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