Cannibalistic Sushi-Tokyo Japan
(really fresh meat)
The idea of this restaurant in Tokyo, Japan came from Nyotaimori, an extremely rare practice of serving sashimi or sushi from the body of a woman, typically naked. Amazing what humans are capable of, what will be next eating the actual human as really fresh sushi…
(Eat from a toilet)
Everything in the 260 m2, three-story restaurant is based on items from a bathroom. It is not odd for Taiwan to host restaurants with unusual themes. Taiwan also has eating locales that resemble jailhouses and hospitals.
(have a cup of tea next to the dead)
This is the most-weird restaurant with tables laid beside the dead. The New Lucky restaurant. The restaurant serves milk tea with soft rolls. The waiters have become so accustomed to move in-between the graves and many people don’t care about the graves. They just come to enjoy the tea. The feeling of being watched by the dead is so eerie that you just can’t even normally breathe. I wonder how people easily move in the restaurant to enjoy the tea.
(try to keep your plate safe)
The moment an earthquake comes, people run for their lives, but not at the Diasater Cafe in Spain. The Cafe serves food in a terribly shaky atmosphere. Many people visit this cafe to experience a simulated 7.8 earthquake. Just take care to maintain your balance during the quake else you may spill your drinks.
(First restaurant in China to serve penile parts)
The name Guo Li Zhuang translates to ‘strength within the pot’. This restaurant in China specializes in serving food made from the penile parts of animals such as horse, snake, dog, donkey, deer, etc. The food is prepared with secret medicinal recipes of the Guo family. The names of the food items are also interesting-Look for the Treasure in the Desert Sand, Dragon in the Flame of Desire, etc. The young crowd of under 15 years of age is not allowed in the restaurant as the kind of food served here may leave an impact on their hormones.
(Get served by monkey waiters)
Monkeys are famous for bringing mischief. However, the Kayabukiya Tavern restaurant in Japan has employed two monkeys – named Yat-Chan and Fuku-Chan, as helpers. According to the owners, when they were busy serving their guests, the monkeys (pets) observed them, and started imitating their owners. This is how they turned into their helpers. They serve drinks and bring towels after the meals. They also bring the bill and give change in return. The monkeys wear a uniform while serving the guests. You can give them boiled soy beans as a tip. As the monkeys are allowed to work just two hours a day, thus if you want to be served by them, you need to do plan before arriving.
(Dine 16 feet below sea level)
Located at the Conrad Maldives, Rangali Island Resort is a gorgeous and intimate underwater restaurant (seating capacity is 14 people) that is more than sixteen feet below sea level. Opened in 2005, the all-glass restaurant has a menu consisting of fresh seafood, beef rib eye, veal, and other gourmet dishes. Encased in a transparent acrylic roof, the restaurant offers its diners a 270-degree panoramic view of sea creatures swimming in the Maldives’ crystal clear waters. While a zinc paint coating protects Ithaa’s steel structure from corrosion, the saltwater and marine growths adhering to the paint will eventually break it down. Make a reservation while you still can.