Craziest Restaurants around the world
#1 Ithaa Undersea
Ithaa– means ‘mother of pearl’ in the Maldivian language of Dhivehi. Savour fine contemporary European cuisine 16 feet below sea level at Ithaa Undersea Restaurant. the world’s first all-glass undersea restaurant, a truly unique and unforgettable experience. Rated “the most beautiful restaurant in the world” by the New York Daily News in 2014. This Craziest Restaurant sits five metres below the surface, offering 180-degree panoramic views of the vibrant coral gardens surrounding it.
#2 Dinner in the Sky
Dinner in the Sky is a Belgian based novelty restaurant service which uses a crane to hoist its diners, table, and waiting staff 150 feet into the air. Forbes magazine called it one of the world’s ten most unusual restaurants.Dinner in the Sky has mobile services available in 15 nations and has operations in various cities including Paris and Las Vegas. Bring your dining experience to new heights at Dinner in the Sky. This one-of-a-kind restaurant, suspended 160+ feet in the air, can accommodate 22 brave diners and three staffers.
#3 El Diablo-
The chefs at El Diablo use heat generated by an active volcano to cook the food. This is one of the Craziest Restaurants which is located on a Spanish Island.
#4 Sci Fic Hotel-
Sci-Fi Hotel is an architectural and artistic celebration of science fiction style. It’s a creative and technological showcase that features classic, retro and futuristic science fiction design, art, books, movies and style in guest rooms and public spaces. This is not a themed hotel. This is functional futurism; a new approach to hospitality, a completely immersive ‘out-of-this-world’ experience. It is designed to appeal to the sophisticated traveller, the business traveller, families and sci-fi fans alike.
#5 Lapland Hotel
Lapland hotels have partnered with HBO to create a truly unique Game of Thrones experience – a GOT-themed ice hotel. If you love snow and Game of Thrones then we have found your dream winter destination. Located in Finland, Lapland’s SnowVillage hotel has just unveiled its Game of Thrones-themed interior for the 2018 season. The restaurant is only open during the winter as all of the snow and ice melts away come springtime.Within the hotel, you will find the number of Game of Thrones features like the Hall of Faces, giant ice dragon sculptures and even an Iron Throne made of ice.
#6 Seva Cafe
#7 The Bar Stock Exchange
The Bar stock exchange is will give you the feeling of stock market here, the prices of beverages rise and crash just like the stock market. The drinks cost cheaper when the bar opens and the prices start peaking after a while. A drink may even become dirt cheap or super expensive depending on the increasing or falling demand for it. It is located I Mumbai, India.
# 8 De Kas
Dine in a greenhouse at De Kas, a restaurant that focuses on vegetables. De Kas is the perfect place for a special occasion as the surroundings are lovely and the food is fantastic. It is located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
# 9 Modern Toilet
Modern Toilet Restaurant is a unique bathroom-themed restaurant chain, based in Taiwan, with several branches throughout Asia. Everything in the 2,800-square-foot (260 m2), the three-story restaurant is based on items from a bathroom. The checkered tile covered walls are adorned with showerheads, while plungers hang from the ceiling along with fæces-shaped lights.
# 10 Redwoods Treehouse
The Redwoods Treehouse was commissioned as part of a marketing campaign by the Yellow Pages in 2008. The result is a striking pod-shaped structure built ten metres high in a redwood tree near Warkworth, north of Auckland. Access to the Treehouse is provided by an elevated treetop walkway. The Redwoods Treehouse is now available for hire as a private venue for corporate events, work parties, product launches, intimate weddings and other celebrations. You cannot book for individual dining.
# 11 Aurum
This is a dining table at the now-shuttered Aurum restaurant in Singapore. Aurum serves a unique cuisine known as molecular gastronomy — an avant-garde cooking movement that uses scientific methods to create new flavours in food. There wasn’t much of an explanation as to why they used wheelchairs as seats, though. Aurum’s reception is a fake morgue and operating theater. On the second floor, where the restaurant is located, customers sit in gold-painted wheelchairs and eat from metal tables designed to resemble operating tables.