9 Most Bizarre Restaurants From All Over the Globe. Prepare for Some Extreme Sensations!

    9 Most Bizarre Restaurants From All Over the Globe. Prepare for Some Extreme Sensations!

    9 Most Bizarre Restaurants From All  Over the Globe. Prepare for Some Extreme Sensations!
    Greg
    7:59 AM EDT, August 24, 2023, updated: 6:01 PM EDT, August 25, 2023

    Are you sick and tired of traditional restaurants? Would you like to experience an exciting adventure and have dinner in a unique atmosphere? We have got something you have been looking for. The weirdest restaurants scattered all over the world! No matter which one you choose, this is going to be an unforgettable evening. Not only in terms of the food…

    #1 The Labassin Waterfall Restaurant

    The Philippines makes you think of blissful holidays on a sandy beach. The town of San Pabo offers something more; there is a restaurant which is a real must for all travelers. Why? It is located at the foot of a waterfall.

    The Labassin Waterfall offers a variety of local cuisine, served straight onto bamboo tables. Enjoying the food with your feet resting in water is a double pleasure.

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    #2 The Ice Restaurant

    A dinner in the land of ice? Fans of snow and frost should finitely set off to Kittilä (Sapmi – North Scandinavia) to enjoy a meal without taking off caps and scarves. The restaurant was carved out in blocks of ice (including the tables and benches) and is located 130 miles away from the polar circle. The temperature inside drops below 0o C. The chef serves typical Sapmi dishes, including smoked or stewed reindeer with cloudberry jam. The restaurant is open from mid-December till mid-April. Every year it looks slightly different as each winter it is made from scratch. The restaurant is part of a larger complex, including an ice hotel.

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    #3 Dans le Noir

    Dans le Noir is a chain of restaurants where all meals are eaten in complete darkness. The first one was opened in1999 in Zurich. Now you can have a dinner in darkness in Barcelona, London, Paris or Sankt-Petersburg.

    The moment you walk in, you need to leave your mobile phone in a deposit locker. You are taken to your table by a night-vision equipped waiters. The job is often done by the blind.

    The thing is that none of the dishes can be seen before you actually taste it. Eating in the darkness sharpens the sense of taste, smell and touch. This is why your perception of the dishes is much more intense.

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    danslenoirgroup/Instagram

    #4 Modern toilet restaurant

    Asia is full of weird phenomena. The Thai Modern Toilet chain of restaurants is by far a very good example.

    The restaurant offers a really toilet-like atmosphere. Instead of a table you sit on toilets while table tops are fixed on bathtubs, washbasins and bidets. Forget napkins – there is only toilet paper of course. The food is served on something reminding soap dishes or toilets (when the soups is hot, the flapper is down). Some dishes (bread rolls or desserts) really look like excrements…

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    #5 The weirdest restaurants: Kayabukiya Tavern

    The Japanese prove that waiters do not have to be human beings only. In Utsunomiya there is a restaurant where this is monkeys who serves the customers. The macaques look really stylish in their checked shirts and shorts. Of course, like all waiters do, they expect to be tipped (with nuts). You need to know that they don’t work full time, though. They only work there two hours a day.

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    #6 Dinner in the Sky

    A dinner in the clouds? Why not?

    The idea of high-altitude meals originated in Belgium. The first restaurant of this kind was opened in 2006.

    The table and the chairs are fixed onto a special platform lifted by a crane 45 meters up. 22 people can be seated there, all belt-fastened to the chairs for safety. Sometimes there is another platform with some actors, musicians or a DJ to make the meal an even more exciting experience.

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    dinnerintheskybr/Instagram

    #7 The Rollercoaster Restaurant

    That’s definitely something for fans of adrenaline. This chain of restaurants was strongly influenced by theme parks. There are no waiters – all the dishes are ordered with tablets and served to the tables on a rollercoaster. A vast network of illuminated steel tracks, reminding a real rollercoaster, connects the kitchen with the restaurant tables and the food is delivered at an appalling speed of up to 20 miles per hour. The restaurant are already in Europe (Vienna, Hamburg, Dresden, Sochi) and in Kuwait. The largest one can be visited in Abu Dhabi. Its largest attraction is a spiral looking like a huge tornado.

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    RollercoasterVienna/Facebook

    #8 The weirdest restaurants – Giger Bar

    This bar, located in Gruyères (Switzerland) is out of this world. It was designed by Hans Rudolf Giger, the author of the ‘Alien’ Xenomorph. The arched ceiling make you think of human backbone and the chairs were clearly inspired by our skeleton. Sitting at the table you feel as if you were inside a whale’s belly. The menu offers a wide range of beverages, sandwiches, local cheese and meat products. Nearby there is a museum with the grim exhibits by Hand Rudolf Giger.

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    HR Giger Bar Museum/Facebook

    #9 Ithaa Undersea Restaurant

    All fans of good food and marine life can finally merge these two passions. The restaurant is located on the Conrad Maldives. There would be nothing strange about It but for the fact that it’s 5 meters deep in the sea. Glass wall make it a perfect watching spot to admire the sea creatures swimming all around it. The restaurant can host up to 14 fans of fusion food at a time.

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    conrad_maldives/Instagram

    Which restaurant would be your first choice?

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