Have you ever been to a restaurant that is underwater or even a restaurant that is located in a treehouse? If you haven’t then you haven’t been to any of these ten unusual restaurants you are about to see…
Ithaa Restaurant, Maldives
If you’re planning a far-flung escape to the blue skies and sparkling waters of the Maldives, then there’s one luxurious resort that has a little more to offer foodies than most… an underwater restaurant.
Modern Toilet — Taipei, Taiwan
The Modern Toilet is a bathroom themed chain restaurant that has 12 branches across Taiwan and Hong Kong since opening in 2004, with more planned to open in Malaysia and China.
Heart Attack Grill — Las Vegas, USA
The Heart Attack Grill is an American hamburger restaurant in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. It makes a point of serving food that is very high in fat, sugar, and cholesterol; in other words, food that, if eaten regularly, will increase the chance of a heart attack.
Dinner In The Sky – Brussles, Belgium
You’ll want to be comfortable with heights for this dining experience. Dinner in the Sky is a new and outrageous concept that suspends tables, chairs and patrons 50 metres high in the air. It has taken off in countries such as France, Spain, Australia and the United States.
Dine In The Water, Bora Bora
I would love to go to Bora Bora anyway, but knowing that I can eat at this restaurant that is built into the sea really adds to the enticement of going.
Labassin Waterfall Restaurant, Villa Escudero Resort, Philippines
Situated amidst the Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort, this restaurant is one-of-a-kind as it serves authentic seafood on bamboo tables while you enjoy the cool breeze of the surrounding forest and the refreshing waterfall.
Harbin Robots, Harbin, China
Robots deliver dishes to customers at a restaurant in Harbin, China. Opened in June 2012, the restaurant has become famous for using 20 robots to cook meals and deliver dishes. The robots can work continuously for five hours after a two-hour charge, and they’re able to display more than 10 expressions on their faces.
Airbus A380-themed restaurant, Chongqing, China
A waitress pours tea inside an egg-shaped dining booth at an Airbus A380-themed restaurant. Dubbed “Special Enjoyment,” the restaurant is located in Chongqing, China and has six private rooms.
TreeHouse Restaurant, Naha, Japan
This restaurant is a landmark located on Highway 58 at the entrance to Onoyama Park. Over the years, it has changed names several times. In its present incarnation, its name is “gajumaru”, the Okinawan word for the banyan tree. Very appropriate given its location atop a giant banyan.
Tromsø Ice Domes, Tamok Valley, Norway
Tamok means ‘trout’ in the Finnish and Sami languages- a very appropriate name given the abundance of this fish in the river running through the valley. The surrounding mountains are over 1200m in altitude and contribute to keeping the valley cold during the two-month-long Polar Night.