Rangali Island Resort is an exquisite underwater restaurant located at the Conrad Maldives. The seating capacity of this restaurant is just fourteen people and this restaurant is more than 16 feet below sea level. This is an all glass restaurant opened in the year 2005 and is encased in a transparent acrylic roof. The USP of this restaurant is that it offers its diners a 270 degree panoramic view of the undersea life and breathtaking ambiance of the crystal clear sea water.
The Waterfall Restaurant is located in the Quezon province of the Philippines and gives the incredible experience of enjoying a nice meal right at the foot of a small waterfall. Under normal circumstances, getting too close to a waterfall can be dangerous, but not at this particular restaurant. Here, patrons are encouraged to take off their shoes and get close to the falls as possible and it is perfectly safe. The Waterfall Restaurant is located at the foot of Labasin Falls and serves the visitors popular Filipino dishes while fresh spring water from the falls flows all over.
This Dinner in the Sky restaurant is not for the faint hearted, especially those who have a fear of heights. The idea for this kind of restaurant originated in Belgium, where in the restaurant guests are hoisted by a crane, who are safely strapped into dining chairs 160 feet up in the air, along with all the wait staff and all other necessities. This type of concept of a restaurant in the air has now gained popularity all world over and is offered for limited periods in different cities globally.
Talk about minimalistic design and what comes to mind is The Salt & Sill floating restaurant in Sweden. This twenty three room barge has been transformed into a bestselling seafood restaurant. All the rooms have their own outdoor sitting areas, but the only suite in this restaurant has a private rooftop Jacuzzi as well.
This pod shaped treehouse restaurant was built in 2008. The structure is situated over thirty two feet above the ground and is hoisted in a Redwood tree in the town of Warkworth, north of Auckland. Guests can access the venue through an elevated treetop walkway build of redwood blocks. This amazing restaurant comes with a capacity for thirty guests.
To access this exotic restaurant, guests have to descend to the bottom of a mine shaft in the town of Lohja, Finland. This mineshaft restaurant is located in a 115 year old mine and goes to a depth of 1246 feet, where limestone is still mined for the chemical industry. This incredible below the earth restaurant has a capacity of 64 persons.
Airline food may seem bland and boring to you, but one restaurant is redefining what food you can expect on a plane. This unusual restaurant, set inside a Douglas DC6 aircraft is one of its kind. This restaurant boasts of a fully functional bar and has a capacity of 40 seats. Guests coming to this airplane restaurant can also take a look at the original cockpit to see with the plane was like when it was flying. The entire look and feel of this restaurant makes you feel that you are actually flying in an airplane.
The amazing Bank Vault restaurant is located in the old Denver National Bank building and offers its guests dining in private cherry wood booths that were used in the past by the bank customers to view their safety deposit boxes. The visitors to this exquisite restaurant can also tour the wine cellar that is located 35 feet below the ground level in the original cash vault.
This exciting restaurant takes you back literally in the dark ages, where cavemen used to rule the roost. With walls embedded with fossil shells and a cool dark cave as a setting, who wouldn’t want to dine here. The Ali Barbour’s Cave restaurant in Diani Beach, South of Mombasa is situated in caves formed in coral limestone over half a million years ago.
The Carton King Restaurant, located in Taichung, Taiwan is a unique restaurant. The USP of this amazing place is that except for the food, the waiters and some cutlery, everything inside is made from cardboard and paper. You have to see the place to believe this, but the guests actually sit on cardboard chairs, drink from cardboard cans and eat food from the cardboard bowls at a cardboard table. And talk about being environmental friendly, in case anything breaks or gets damaged, it is simply recycled.
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