Dining in or eating out, both ways food is the most personal all experiences. And most connoisseurs try their best to make it the finest of an event for us and all.
But, some people think different and do different and what they do might sometimes be not in the flavour of the work rather against it. And that, looking repulsive in first glance, can actually accentuate the experience. Some restaurants have taken even that to a new level.
While we can talk over dinner with the smell and taste of fine cuisines and wine, french style, we may not just be allowed to see anything. Yes, you go in blindfolded, and it's dark inside anyways. With one sense out of the picture, other senses are heightened and thus the experience is one of its kinds. Although for those fearing dark, it may just not be recommended. Also is heard about it, that the people who serve you are blind too, though it's not confirmed.
Delicious Asian cuisines, garnished with fresh veggies and meats cooked to perfection, all served with delicious gravies and sauces, but inside of a commode, how's that sounds. Taiwan-based restaurant does just that, it serves everything in miniature and sometimes, life-sized commodes and urinals and other bathroom wares. Sends chilly grossness down through my intestines but then again experience matters and you might just find it to be the best ever.
With hot chicks nursing around, giving heartthrobs, I mean prescriptions to cure hunger, and the overloaded foods, chiefly hamburgers, like the Bypass Burger, Half Pound Coronary Dog are sure to give you a heart attack. Gluttony has been added to the sins the city holds. One thing is sure, you are gonna leave with brimmed up stomach and heartaches, after all it's Vegas baby.
This modest restaurant in Gujarat, India has taken the co-existence of death and life to a whole new level. The restaurant is built on a graveyard, and for reasons unknown, the graves are not moved. The ambience there has an eerie aura for that one reason.
The restaurant is situated in a casket shaped building and inside are even more coffins. The menu is equally weird sounding and the setting completes it all with the dim lighting using only candles. The experience of eating is just other-worldly inside a coffin.
We always dreamt of living in a vampire world, if not as vampires ourselves. And many also fantasize about drinking blood out of a skull. If that sounds like you, then this is the place to go.
What can I say, sky is the limit when you start thinking of experiences and that, creatively. The perks of being up there, you got cleaner air, clearer mind, and great views, apart from the food, of course. So get out and get stuffin'.