'What's the weirdest restaurant you've ever visited?'


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Tombs: this weird restaurant in Ahmedabad, India is famous for its milk tea and the tombs between the tables. The owner, who claims to have opened the restaurant 40 years ago, says he does not know who is buried there.


The owner of the Devil Island restaurants in China reportedly wanted to scare people away from a life of crime by showing them just how rough prison life can be – through a jail-themed restaurant where you're led to your table in handcuffs and served fried, coffin-shaped bread. Each table is surrounded by rusting prison bars, and you're served by waiters in black-and-white striped uniforms.

Cabbages and Condoms is the name of a restaurant in Thailand. There are condoms displayed on the walls, carpets and in paintings. After paying the bill, visitors are given condoms. The profits are donated to a foundation called the Population and Community Development Association.

Not everyone can stomach eating a meal while dangling 150 feet above the ground from a crane. At Dinner in the Sky in Belgium, diners are strapped into chairs, raised to half the height of Big Ben and served meals like ham salad and sautéed prawns that are cooked in a small oven in the centre of the structure.


Cannibalistic: is a Japanese restaurant which serves sushi and sashimi inside a female 'body'. The body is made of food and is placed on what looks like a surgery table in a hospital. Customers can eat any part of the body; when you cut it, the body bleeds.


At Mars 2112: A Space Odyssey in New York, friendly Martians guided hungry earthlings into a restaurant that looked like a hot, dry, red planet to dine on the Martian Seafood Platter – exotic ocean shellfish, squid, shrimp, mussels with a spicy seafood sauce. The restaurant closed in 2012 – 100 years ahead of schedule.


The Modern Toilet Restaurant in Hong Kong. They serve food that looks like faeces.


There's a Japanese seafood restaurant that fines you if you don't finish your meal. Famous for their tsukko meshi, a dish of salmon roe piled sky-high on a bed of rice, diners must pay a fine unless they finish every last grain of rice on the plate.



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