The Weirdest Restaurants in the world
The clinic sounds spooky!
Created at 06/12/2010 - 02:17
The Clinic, Singapore
Did you ever enjoy the food during your hospital stay so much that you so longingly wish for just one more meal served by people in? If your hospital food was anything like mine then I can’t imagine the answer is yes, however a new restaurant in Singapore has taken this concept (of medical attire and design, not hospital food) in hope to create a rather original gimmick and certainly one-of-a-kind chow house.
SubCulture Dining, San Francisco
The SCD is a private club, a Communal Dining experience developed at an assortment of unique, intimate environments. There is one important requirement for membership to the SCD: You must be known by the primaries or sponsored by a primary as an invited guest for consideration of membership and admission. All unknown guests are on a probation period until approved by the Dissident Chef.
's Baggers, Nuremberg, Germany
Mack, a stranger to the business of dining, has opened the world's first restaurant to feature fully automated ordering and table service. At the bistro 's Baggers, the waiter of old has been shown the door. And in a country known for being a service wasteland, it's uncertain he'll actually be missed. Instead of the classic, apron and tie-wearing waiter, each table has been connected by metal rails to the kitchen. Dishes like "organic beef in buttermilk" and "sausage en croute" glide along the rails to customers, propelled by gravity.
Modern Toilet Restaurant, Taipei
The arrival of the “Modern Toilet Restaurant” launches the next generation of toilet-themed restaurants! More variety, better service! All started when one of the founders was reading the manga, Dr. Slump on the toilet – and the rest is history. In the beginning, we mainly sold ice cream – a big pile of chocolate ice cream sold in containers shaped like a squat toilet.
The Supperclub, San Francisco, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Singapore
The supper club has many qualities different from other party places. It has comfy beds, an upstairs level, cool purple and red lights. Did I mention they have performers too? Okay, this place looks different (in a good way) and fantastic, food is fabulous a place where you get in touch with your inner Roman!