10 Weirdest and Craziest Restaurants In The World

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10 Weirdest and Craziest Restaurants In The World

Welcome to the freak show, with the 10 weirdest and craziest restaurants in the world!

We all love trying new things when going on holiday, and these extreme restaurants are both shocking and quite intriguing in the same time.

Dining is not only about eating delicious food, the atmosphere being an important game-changer.

And these weird and unique restaurants know how to keep things spicy by being as unconventional as it can get.

From bizarre décors, to shocking ambiance, unusual staff, and weird dishes, these restaurants range from funny to intriguing and even strange or disturbing.

So let’s have a look and be prepared to be amazed!

1.Disaster Cafe – Lloret de Mar, Spain

Have you ever dined during an earthquake?

Probably not, but that’s why Disaster Cafe is here for. Located in Lloret de Mar, Spain, Disaster Cafe will offer you an exciting experience, with its simulated earthquakes.

With 7.8 earthquakes, the cave-like restaurant has staff which wears construction helmets and safety equipment. Dishes are a lot heavier than usual ones, and I think you might figure out why: because, at some point, the earthquake starts.

The lights go off, the room starts moving, but your food will not fly off the table. In the worst case, it will spill, so don’t wear your best outfit when going to Disaster Cafe. The restaurant is pretty popular, so make sure you make a reservation before going there!

Here’s a video for you to enjoy!

10 Weirdest and Craziest Restaurants In The World - Disaster Cafe
10 Weirdest and Craziest Restaurants In The World – Disaster Cafe

How about dining in complete darkness? ->

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