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Underwater restaurants in Eilat, Israel and Rangali Island, Maldives respectively.
‘Perlan’ restaurant in Reykjavik, Iceland is situated on the roof of giant water-suplly boilers. Couldn’t they find a better place for it?
‘Beitou Incinerator’ in Taipei, Taiwan is not much better with its perfect location on the top of a waste processing pipe.
‘Puutorin Vessa’ restaurant in Turku, Finland is a modified public toilet.
‘Sounds of Silence’ restaurant in Ayers Rock, Australia offers you a unique astronomic dinner in a middle of a desert, close to Ulura stone.
‘Kinderkookkafe’ is situated Amsterdam, Netherlands and its personnel fully consits of children. That’s all very good but it seems that liberal Europe is coming back to child labour again.
O’Noir in Montreal, Canada will give you an opportunity to enjoy you dinner in complete darkness. Moreover, even the waiters are blind there.
Have your ‘Dinner in the Sky’ in Brussel, Belgium. The dining table with the guests is hanging in the air.
In the ‘De Kas’ restaurant in Amsterdam, Netherlands vegetables are grown in the restaurant itself.
‘Observatory Restaurant’ in Johannesburg, South Africa combines astronomy and gastronomy.
Get a 72 oz steak with garnish for free in ‘Big Texan Steak Ranch’, Amarillo, USA, but only if you can eat it in an hour.
Alkatraz in Tokyo, Japan. No comments.
Chacaltaya ski resort in Cordillera, Bolivia and its restaurant situated at more than 17, 400 feet above sea level.
‘Kuappi’ restaurant in Iisalmi, Finland is the smallest in the world with its only table and two chairs.