How would you like to enjoy a nice meal inside a volcano? Or, what about directly underneath a waterfall? If that sounds like your kind of adventure, then these unusual restaurants should do the trick. Continue reading to see them all.
5. Banyan Tree House Restaurant (Japan)
In Japan, there’s a structurally inventive restaurant called Naha Harbor Diner that takes the traditional treehouse to another level. The restaurant which offers “locally grown and organic harvested foods fresh from the farm” stands out amongst the surrounding businesses. Even though the structure’s base isn’t an actual banyan tree, the architectural design is mimicking the plant-life in a larger-than-life replica that soars 20 feet high and presents the destination in an eye-attracting manner.
4. Villa Escudero Waterfall Restaurant
The Villa Escudero Resort of San Pablo City in the Philippines offers a one of a kind experience for guests to get up close and personal with a roaring waterfall while enjoying their lunch! Their waterfall restaurant sits at the foot of the Labasin Falls where guests can enjoy local cuisine at handmade bamboo tables while clear spring water runs over their feet. The falls are so people friendly, guests can even lie against the rushing water covered wall for quick massage or post-lunch rinse off.
3. El Diablo Restaurant (Lanzarote)
What could be more natural than having a barbecue party on a volcano? Apart from the obvious health and safety hazards, that is. But such things are not a concern at the El Diablo restaurant, where chefs actually cook food over the heat produced by an active volcano. Located on a Spanish island called Lanzarote, northwest of Morocco, El Diablo is a unique restaurant where the chefs have access to a volcano of their own.
2. Restaurant in the Sky (Worldwide)
Dinner In The Sky is for people who expect more from their restaurants than four concrete walls and a solid floor. Instead, diners perch around a massive table, which is suspended from a crane high up in the air. It sounds completely insane, but as the most unusual – and entirely legal – way of getting high over dinner, it is the new must-do experience for the super-rich and adventure-hungry who yearn for something a little more extreme at mealtimes.
1. Modern Toilet (Taiwan)
Modern Toilet is a restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan with a modern decor and a full-on toilet theme. All 100 seats in the crowded diner are made from toilet bowls, not chairs. . Sink faucets and gender-coded “WC” signs appear throughout the three-storey facility, one of 12 in an island-wide chain of eateries.