Wacky dining spots

Normal restaurants not doing it for you anymore... try these wacky dining spots.

by: Jenna Shevel | 12 Dec 2007

Start your wacky eating journey in China, at Toilet . At this toilet-themed eatery diners sit on toilet seat chairs. The food is served in ceramic toilet miniatures and bowls while you wipe your hands and mouth with toilet paper. Hopefully the food doesn't taste like it belongs in the loo too.

In Singapore, go to Aurum for a hospital-themed restaurant experience. If dining with the dead is your thing, you'll feel right at home as soon as you enter this restaurant that resembles a morgue. Aurum's patients, sorry patrons, sit on golden wheelchairs and all meals are served on operating tables. Creepy.

For an 'under da sea' dining experience, visit Al Mahara in Dubai. It takes a three-minute (simulated) submarine voyage to reach this underwater seafood restaurant that features a magnificent circular aquarium.

In Thailand you have to visit The Cabbage and Condom . This dining spot promotes safe sex and family planning. On the condom-themed menu you'll find such delicacies as 'condom salad', while the after dinner mint has been replaced with a packet of condoms.

If you want a taste of prison life then try Taiwan's The Jail restaurant. The layout is just like any other prison with sliding iron bars and metallic aluminium floors with waitresses dressed as sexy wardens. Customers will be given the option to be handcuffed and taken to their own prison cell with a dining table and comfortable seats.

In San Fransico the Stinking Rose specialises in garlic. That's garlic in everything from ice-cream to coffee. Remember not to go there on a date.

While you can eat off naked a woman at Hadaka Sushi in Los Angeles. Be careful with the wasabi.

If you are looking for a more historic dining experience then the Cabinet War Room restaurant in London should be right up your alley. It used to be one of the top secret rooms from where Winston Churchill directed the war.

- Food24



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