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Sep 05, 2017: Restaurants these days are breaking away with archaic customs. We all love to eat offbeat treats in wondrous ambiances. Call it an anniversary, birthday party, promotion party, or engagement – everyone loves to go to strange restaurants where there is a combination of fantastic food and ambiance.

You might have visited myriads of restaurants but under mentioned are the exquisite places you would never want to miss out. These weirdest restaurants around the globe are known for their unique atmosphere which will impel you to feel as if you are in another century.

1- Dinner In The Sky


Dinner in the Sky 2012 Vilnius, Lithuania. Wikimedia

Dinner in the Sky is a Belgian based quirky restaurant which uses a crane to raise its coffee shops, table and staff 150 feet into the air. Forbes magazine named it one of the world’s ten most bizarre restaurants. It has portable administrations accessible in 15 countries and has operations in different urban communities including Paris and Las Vegas.

2 – Modern Toilet:


Two persons eating at bathroom themed Modern Toliet in Taipei, Taiwan. Wikimedia

Modern Toilet Restaurant is a one of a kind bathroom themed eatery chain, situated in Taiwan, with a few branches all through Asia. Everything you see here in the three-story eatery is all based on the bathroom items. The seats are non-working toilets; beverages are served in miniature urinals and dishes on plastic toilet bowls.

4 – Ithaa Undersea Restaurant


Inside Ithaa restaurant. Wikimedia

This 15 feet below the sea level restaurant, Ithaa, means mother of pearl in Dhivehi is located at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island in Alif Dhaal Atoll in the Republic of Maldives. It has space for 14 members who can enjoy gratifying food while savoring the great maritime.

4– O.NOIR


O.NOIR Restaurant –Toronto, Canada. Facebook

O.NOIR is Canada’s “Dine in the Dark” restaurant that has conveyed an exceptional culinary experience to visitors from close and far. O.NOIR Toronto welcomes visitors to encounter beverages, food, and discussion – without the use of sight. This restaurant prohibits cell phones, torches, luminescent watches from taking inside. The food is served in an unlit dining room, and the session continues for two hours.

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5 – Safe House


Safe House –Milwaukee, USA. Facebook

This restaurant has spy based theme on CIA definition. Another peculiar thing about the place is that it requires a password to enter.

6 – De Kas


De Kas– Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Facebook

This stunning restaurant with fresh food straight from the garden is served here. Veggies and fruits are picked only at the time of the order.

7 – The Bubble Room


The Bubble Room – Captiva Island, Florida. Facebook

Constructed in 1979 with splendid pastel hues, this eatery highlights toys of 1930’s and a considerable volume of old motion pictures and scenes. Bubble Scouts (servers) move around in caps and styles.


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