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The Most Unusual Restaurants 7 of the coolest restaurants to put on your bucket list

One of the things at the top of everyone’s bucket lists is dining at a special restaurant with an epic view and exceptionally good food. If you still haven’t found that one special restaurant, here are some of the most unusual  restaurants around the world that you definitely need to try out at some point in your lifetime.

 

Dinner in the Sky

Let’s start from the top, literally. This restaurant is 150 feet up from the ground, so you’ll be literally dining with birds. Dinner in the Sky was first created in Belgium, but today, it is available in 45 countries, so make sure to look out for it when planning your next trip.

 

Yellow TreeHouse

Located in New Zealand with a whole wide view of the forest, the restaurant was inspired by the tree house idea mentioned in several stories.

 

‘s Baggers

If you hate waiting on your order, ‘s Baggers might be the one for you. The restaurant in Germany has no waiters and allows you to place your order through a touchscreen on your table to then be served down a spiral system, right onto your table.

 

Labassin Waterfall Restaurant

If you hate leaving the water to grab a bite, head on to San Pablo City in Philippines, where Labassin Waterfall Restaurant will serve you food as you chill in a waterfall. It doesn’t get better than this.

 

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant

Who says you need to be an expert diver to get close to the fishies? Ithaa Undersea Restaurant in the Maldives is the first of its kind. The glass-tunnel restaurant is located  5 meters below sea level with a 180 degree view of the underwater life all around you.

 

Le Petit Chef

Le Petit Chef in France uses 3D mapping technology to display a live animation on your table of a chef cooking your food to keep you entertained while you wait for your food.

 

Dans Le Noir

At Dans Le Noir in London, you choose one of their coloured menus to select the type of food you’d like to be served (red for meat, blue for seafood and green for vegetarian). You then get to enjoy your meal in a blacked out room without knowing how it looks.  Not only  do you get a great meal out if it, but you also get to learn to never judge a book by its cover.

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