Opaque, in West Hollywood puts customers into complete darkness and serve them food. Losing the sense of sight is said to change the eating experience fundamentally.
Visitors to D.S. Music Restaurant, Taiwan are greeted by nurses. Its decor is that of wheelchairs and crutches and toilets are marked with emergency room. The drinks are served from I.V. bottles.
The restaurant serves Japanese food sushi and sashimi inside a woman's body. The body is made from food. The unique part is when we cut the body, it will look like bleeding just like human body
Cat cafes are cafes with lots of cats in, a place for city dwellers without space enough for their own pets to get up close and personal with some feline friends and have coffee.
Called Eternity, the windowless restaurant is shaped like a giant coffin.
Buns and Guns fast food restaurant in Beirut gives a nod to the past violence of the region, with cooks kitted out in full military uniform and customers dining behind a wall of sandbags.
The theme of Cabbages and Condoms restaurant in Bangkok is safe sex. Waiters walk around with condoms over their heads.
This restaurant in Ahemdabad, India, is made inside a Inside a Muslim cemetery.
This restaurant in Tokyo is decorated with statues of saints, the Virgin Mary and thing mostly commonly found in Catholic churches.
De Kas restaurant in Amsterdam, Netherlands is located in a greenhouse, where they grow their own vegetables
At the University of Wageningen, Netherlands this eatery is an enormous lab, where diners are tracked on camera so their reaction to new foodstuffs, packaging or restaurant layouts can be seen.
You'd think that a 7.8 magnitude earthquake would spoil any meal, but that's not the case in Spain's Disaster Cafe. Guests are seated in a cave-like space and earthquake happens at random times.
This New York restaurant has a ticker running behind the bar that shows the current price of its food and drink. Like the real stock exchange, prices fluctuate in relation to demand.
When visitors arrive here they are greeted with friendly Martians. Here the diners can eat on the Martian Seafood Platter, on Mars Seafood Platter.
Customers are harnessed into seats around a table that is then hauled into the sky by a crane. Once they're dangling precariously high above the ground, they're encouraged to enjoy a four-course meal.
Hellfire Club is UK's only Horror-themed restaurant and celebration venue in Manchester.
In Hibaritei cafe, Tokyo, you are served by men dressed as maids who call you master.
The medical themed burger joint serves high-calorie food: burgers come in double, triple and quadruple bypass versions, and the fries, cooked in pure lard, are known as Flatliner