“Billed by Forbes Magazine as “the ultimate dinner party” and by Huffington Post as “the world’s most coveted dinner tickets”; Dining Impossible is a three-day gastronomic bender organized by culinary ambassador Kristian Brask Thomsen.

– Sydney Morning Herald.


Dining Impossible is a three day eating extravaganza hosted by culinary ambassador Kristian Brask Thomsen, exploring the world through its finest cuisines in the company of jet setting gourmands and international notabilities.

Conceived at the beginning of 2009, originally as a countermove against the financial crisis, Dining Impossible and its predecessor The Dinner Party, have taken socialising to a whole new level. With 19 and 36 editions respectively, this dining venture continues to prosper all over the world.

Exploring the most vibrant culinary capitals Dining Impossible has been hosted in the most alluring European destinations; from Copenhagen, to Barcelona, San Sebastián to Piedmont, and most recently expanding to other continents, by invited pleasure aficionados from around the globe to mouthwatering metropolises such as Hong Kong, Lima and New York City.


Dining Impossible always takes place in some of the world’s best restaurants, which view these gastronomic blowouts as an opportunity to present their finest experiences to a party filled with international notabilities and opinion makers.

The Dinner Party is a one night dinner party. Dining Impossible is for three.


Dining Impossible destinations planned for 2016

Lima, February, 11-13

New York City, May 12-14

El Celler de Can Roca, June 17

Copenhagen, August 11-13

San Sebastián, September 8-10

Barcelona, October 13-15

Piedmont, November 3-5


The calendar for Dining Impossible 2017 is to be announced at a season finale one night dinner party for invites only in Jerusalem, Saturday November 26th.

These two destinations and dates are already decided upon though:

Cape Town, January 19-21
Lima, March 9-11

If you wish to know more, please contact Kristian Brask Thomsen at:



“Plenty of people throw good dinner parties; few hosts are so successful they take their soirees around the world.”

– The Wall Street Journal.