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    katherinebay

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    Crazy Restaurants

    Post  katherinebay on Tue Apr 13, 2010 11:57 pm

    Headlines:
    1) Not your Typical T.G.I. Fridays
    2) Eating Cheeseburgers? That’s Absurd!
    3) Chocolate-Covered Scorpions are the New Black Boba

    “Hello ma’am. May I take your order?” said the waiter.
    “Certainly. Could I have a Modern Toilet Chicken Curry in a toilet bowl and a Honey Green Tea in a urinal bottle?” said Shirley, a Modern Toilet Restaurant customer.
    “Of course. Would you like a side order of Onion Rings in a bathtub?”
    “Sure. And please add Toilet No. 1: Chocolate Ice Cream and Chocolate sauce in a squat toilet.”
    “Coming right up.” (http://www.moderntoilet.com.tw/en/about.asp)
    Describing Modern Toilet Restaurant as bizarre is merely an understatement. Try going to a restaurant with special rules such as: if you don’t clean your plate, you can’t order dessert. Not quite your type? No worries. There are tons of wacky restaurants all over the world that offer unusual food, services, or are just simply located in a weird place.

    Ka Ohelo: An active volcano even a mile away from you may seem problematic; however, building a restaurant on the rim of one is practically insane. Although the view from the top of Kilauea Caldera in the Big Island of Hawaii may be stunning, shuddering from the fact that the volcano could erupt any time adds a huge adrenaline rush. (http://www.volcanohousehotel.com/Dining.htm)

    One World Everybody Eats: What’s odd about this restaurant is that it is a non-profit organization where there are no set prices to their entrees. Although, if you don’t have money to pay for your meal, there are volunteering opportunities where you can wash dishes or work in their garden as compensation. (http://www.oneworldeverybodyeats.com/saltlakecity.html)

    Archipelago: Amidst the center of London is a restaurant where anything is possible. Instead of eating European pastries with tea, their main entrees consist of African crocodile bites or spiced Australian kangaroo fillet. Now if you’re feeling uberly daring, you can add side dishes such as chili and garlic locusts and crickets or even chocolate covered scorpions to your meal. (http://archipelago-restaurant.co.uk/archipelago_restaurant_menus.html)

    Tree House Restaurant: Not only is this New Zealand restaurant built on top of a tree, but it is also made out of numerous books called Yellow, a company similar to the U.S. directory book Yellow Pages. The light weight of the pages makes the structure of the restaurant both eco-friendly and unique. (http://www.crazyjunkyard.com/craziest-and-weirdest-restaurant-across-the-world/)

    Grouchy Chef: When walking into this restaurant, you instantly see tons of handwritten signs found all along its walls. To say the least, every single sign has a specific rule, such as ‘Hey you! No smoking in here!! Never again!! If you burn down my place, you’ll meet me in hell!’ The chef lives up to his name, as he becomes extremely temperamental if you do not follow his signs. (http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2230/2180854627_b518019e54.jpg?v=0 & http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g58625-d557375-r15848640-Grouchy_Chef-Mukilteo_Washington.html#REVIEWS)

    Hobbit House: The wait staff in a pub located in the Philippines is friendly and polite—two characteristics a customer would hope they’d be. What sets them apart from the norm is their miniscule, dwarf size. Despite the waiters’ height difference, this restaurant is a great place to hang out and listen to jazzy music. (http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-2767286-hobbit_house_manila-i & http://www.hobbithousemanila.com/about.html)

    The diversity of all of these restaurants shows how unique each and every culture is when it comes to what we scoff down. From peculiar locations to absurd themes, restaurants world-wide really don’t have a limit as to what is put on their menus.

    (http://restoran.us/trivia/unusual.htm) <- used for all the restaurants

    lenakalemkiarian

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    Re: Crazy Restaurants

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Fri Apr 16, 2010 9:53 pm

    it sounds good! but I will come back to it a little later and read it again.

    katherinebay

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    Re: Crazy Restaurants

    Post  katherinebay on Sun Apr 18, 2010 8:41 pm

    “Hello ma’am. May I take your order?” said the waiter.
    “Certainly. Could I have a Modern Toilet Chicken Curry in a toilet bowl and a Honey Green Tea in a urinal bottle?” said the customer.
    “Of course. Would you like a side order of Onion Rings in a bathtub?”
    “Sure. And please add Toilet No. 1: Chocolate Ice Cream and Chocolate sauce in a squat toilet.”
    “Coming right up.” (http://www.moderntoilet.com.tw/en/about.asp)
    Describing Modern Toilet Restaurant and its peculiar menu as bizarre is definitely an understatement. Try going to The Grouchy Chef restaurant with special rules such as not cleaning your plate prevents you from ordering dessert. Not quite your type? No worries. There are tons of wacky restaurants all over the world that offer unusual food, or services, or are just simply located in an exotic place.

    Ka Ohelo: An active volcano even a mile away from you may seem problematic; however, building a restaurant on the rim of one is practically insane. Although the view from the top of Kilauea Caldera on the Big Island of Hawaii may be stunning, shuddering from the fact that the volcano could erupt any time adds a huge adrenaline rush. (http://www.volcanohousehotel.com/Dining.htm)

    One World Everybody Eats: What’s odd about this restaurant is that it is a non-profit organization that helps people see the beauty in savoring food as it establishes a good connection between people and their welfare. You can come in and have a nice, organic meal where you literally eat as much as you can and pay as you go because there are no set prices to their entrees. Although, if you don’t have money to pay for your meal, there are volunteering opportunities in which you can wash dishes or work in the restaurant’s garden as compensation. (http://www.oneworldeverybodyeats.com/saltlakecity.html)

    Archipelago: Amidst the center of London is a restaurant where anything is possible. Instead of eating European pastries with tea, customers can order entrees consisting of African crocodile bites or spiced Australian kangaroo fillet. Now if you’re feeling daring, you can add side dishes such as chili and garlic locusts and crickets or even chocolate covered scorpions to your meal. (http://archipelago-restaurant.co.uk/archipelago_restaurant_menus.html)

    Tree House Restaurant: Not only is this New Zealand restaurant built on top of a tree, but it is also made out of numerous books called Yellow, created by a company similar to the U.S. directory book Yellow Pages. Since the exterior construction of the restaurant is covered by the pages of Yellow, the light weight of the pages makes the structure of it both eco-friendly and unique. (http://www.crazyjunkyard.com/craziest-and-weirdest-restaurant-across-the-world/)

    Grouchy Chef: When walking into this restaurant, you instantly see tons of handwritten signs found all along its walls. To say the least, every single sign has a specific rule, such as “Hey you! No smoking in here!! Never again!! If you burn down my place, you’ll meet me in hell!” The chef lives up to his name, as he becomes extremely temperamental if you do not follow his signs. (http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2230/2180854627_b518019e54.jpg?v=0 & http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g58625-d557375-r15848640-Grouchy_Chef-Mukilteo_Washington.html#REVIEWS)

    Hobbit House: The wait staff in a pub located in the Philippines is friendly and polite—two characteristics a customer would hope they’d be. What sets them apart from the norm is their minuscule, dwarf size. Despite the waiters’ height difference, this restaurant is a great place to hang out and listen to jazzy music. (http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-2767286-hobbit_house_manila-i & http://www.hobbithousemanila.com/about.html)

    The diversity of all of these restaurants shows how unique each and every culture is when it comes to what we chow down. From peculiar locations to absurd themes, restaurants world-wide don’t have a limit to truly creating a one-of-a-kind experience for each and every customer.

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