The world's strangest restaurants

Below the sea, in the air, or on a bed, restaurants are going to extremes to attract attention.   Read more courtesy of Travel+Leisure.

Comments (2)

  1. Adi says:

    I wonder if people perceive the food to be better because its served in a whacky location?

  2. Kay says:

    There’s a newish upmarket restaurant in Pattaya, Thailand called The Bed ( One of their selling points is that they have private bed areas in the restaurant. Urk. Call me old fashioned but I go to restaurants in the expectation of good food.

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