7 Bizarre Restaurants That Take Weirdness To A Whole New Level.
There's no end to the list of the world’s most fascinating things like haunted houses, world records, extravagant hotels, beaches, etc. But the one thing that tops every other list is the list of eateries that leave one satiated with a sigh of bliss.
There are many diners all over the world that serve some delightful and memorable meals, but today we are going to bring you some zany places that are known for their rare styles and unusual food. Here is a list of some of the most peculiar diners in the world that provide their customers with crazy culinary experiences.
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Rangali Island in Republic of Maldives
Though this place has dinner prices set at roughly $300, and $195 for lunch, the fortune spent here is worth the experience. Ithaa was the world’s first underwater restaurant when it opened in 2005. There's a unique spiral staircase leading the patrons down as deep as 16 feet below the sea level for the upfront view of the Indian Ocean and its marine life. Reservations are a must given that the place has a seating capacity of only 14.
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Opaque at Los Angeles, New York, Dallas, etc
As the name suggests, food enthusiasts are left completely in the dark. You might want to consider taking someone along while visiting this place for the first time, given the creepy experience of eating unknown and unseen food in the dark. Not being able to look at what you are eating could either turn out to be delightful or a totally devastating experience.
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Count Dracula Club, Bucharest, Romania
Featuring the famous "Dracula" from (1931) played by Bela Lugosi, this restaurant allows guests to dine with the man himself. The place is not ideal for people who are claustrophobic given the small corridors. The place has an amazing gothic setting and offers plenty of meat. But be prepared for the waiters who may ask for your blood type to add to the supernatural ambiance. Though the roaming Dracula can be annoying, the performances are designed to enhance the whole experience.
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Kayabukiya Tavern, Utsunomiya, Japan
This restaurant is known for its nominal prices and monkey staff. Fully aware of the animal rights, the work hours of the monkeys are limited and they are very well taken care of. The patrons are informed that the monkeys, whose tips are soybeans, are actually better than the average human servers.
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Dinner in the Sky at Paris, Montreal, London, etc
These restaurants are located at 165 feet above ground level and allows for a strange blend of heights, adventure, and food. Though this experience is certainly not for everyone, it definitely makes it into the bucket list for many.
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