Five Bizarre and Most Unusual Restaurants in the World

Ninja New York, New York

Ninja New York

Definitely the most unusual and bizarre dining experience. Ninja New York is a re-creation of a hidden 18th century Japanese Ninja village. One-of-a-kind, very entertaining dining experience combined with spectacular high-end contemporary Japanese cuisine. Dishes are created by very experienced Japanese chefs and served by our Ninja staff breaking new ground in service and Japanese cuisine. [Link]


Alcatraz ER, Tokyo


One of the first theme restaurants to open in Tokyo, Alcatraz ER is located in Shibuya and it is styled after a medical prison and you being the patient.

Upon visiting the prison, they will handcuff you, inject you with a giant needle into your rear, and then lock you in a cell.

They feed you will human intestines (OK, it’s an unfeasibly long sausage in a kidney dish), penis sausage on a bed of lettuce (another sausage, suggestively carved) and various impossibly spicy delectable – definitely not for the faint-hearted. [Link]


Tombs Restaurant in Ahmedabad, India

Lucky Restaurant

Serving Indian cuisine to over 300 customers daily, New Lucky Restaurant in Ahmedabad has 22 tombs nestled between wooden tables and chairs in this restaurant built over a centuries-old Muslim cemetery.

The restaurant offers about 90 vegetarian food items and is most popular for its tea and white butter-buns. Most patrons here would agree that the milky tea and buttery-buns served here are ‘to die for’. [Link]


Chillout – Ice Lounge, Dubai


The Chillout Café is decked from floor to ceiling with ice accoutrements—all steadily, and expensively, refrigerated twenty four hours a day. This restaurant presents an unexpected blood-chilling spot in the middle of the boiling weather of Dubai.

Chillout can accommodate up to 40 guests and serves cold cuts, barbecued items, soups, sandwiches, juices, ice creams and mocktails. [Link]


El Diablo, Spain

El Diablo

Where else is the hottest spot to have a BBQ feast if not in a volcano at the Timanfaya National Park on the island of Lanzarote off the coast of Spain.

The restaurant operation is smart and fairly rapid when it is usually very busy. Food is well cooked and served at large portions. Most of the menu focuses on the poultry and meat which can be easily grilled over nine layers of volcanic basalt rock which makes the grill. [Link]

Five Beautiful and Unique Dining Places in the World

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant

Ithaa, which means mother-of-pearl in Dhivehi, is the very first undersea restaurant in the world. Set five metres below the surface with 180-degrees of panoramic views of the vibrant coral gardens surrounding it, Ithaa serves contemporary European cuisine in a six-course set dinner menu matched by a wine concept dedicated to Champagne.

Ithaa’s entrance is a spiral staircase in a thatched pavilion at the end of a jetty. The tsunami which followed the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake topped at 0.31 metres (1 ft 0 in) below the staircase entrance, and caused no damage to the restaurant. [Link]


Dining at Water, Tahiti Islands

Dining at water in Tahiti Islands

Dining in the water is perhaps the best way to relax and to clear your mind while you enjoy your meal. This experience is a part of an excursion of a local tour (Haumana Cruises), usually for half day adventure that includes snorkeling, swimming, sightseeing of the island and a full lunch on a lagoon. [Link]


Labassin Waterfall Restaurant in San Pablo, Philippines


Located at the Villa Escudero Resort in the Philippines, The Labassin Waterfall Restaurant offers a unique and memorable dining experience where guests get to enjoy lunch while the water flows under their feet.

One can enjoy the authentic local cuisine and feel the serenity of the almost untouched nature around the area which was once for farm and coconut plantations. [Link]


Gajumaru Okinawa Restaurant, Japan

Gajumaru Okinawa Restaurant

Located on Highway 58, in Onoyama Park in the South of Japan, recently named Gajumaru sits perfectly on the top of a massive reproduction of a Gajumaru tree (like a Banyan tree) made of concrete.

Gajumaru is 20 feet above the ground and using the spiral stairs or the lift inside the trunk, once you’re top and in the restaurant, you’ll have a beautiful view of the harbor between the branches of this huge tree.

Having a tranquil, elegant and romantic ambience, Gajumaru attracts more couples than families with kids, where you be served the best Japanese – Thai – Korean – Indian and Chinese cuisine in Okinawa. [Link]


The Redwood Treehouse, New Zealand

Redwood Treehouse

An amazing pod-shaped structure built ten metres high in a Redwood tree near Warkworth, north of Auckland, the Redwoods Treehouse was commissioned as part of a marketing campaign in 2008.

Redwoods Treehouse is a versatile space as a corporate venue for private functions and events. The pod itself holds 30 guests either at seated tables or casual stand up. Their ‘Fork and Bowl’ menu is ideal for any stand-up function – a substantial finger food selection menu and a canapé with stand-up buffet menu.

However, the Redwoods Treehouse no longer operates as a restaurant and is not open to the general public. The venue currently operates for private functions for 30 people and is not available for individual bookings or for casual dining. [Link]

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