Located at the Conrad Maldives, Rangali Island Resort is a gorgeous and intimate underwater restaurant seating capacity is 14 people that is more than 16 feet below sea level. Opened in , the all-glass restaurant has a menu consisting of fresh seafood, beef rib eye, veal, and other gourmet dishes.
Make a reservation while you still can. Here are the strangest hotels in the world. Designed to look like a 15th-century Japanese feudal village full of dark nooks and snaking passageways, just call it Japanese fare mixed with martial arts flair at its best. Dinner in the Sky has gained popularity worldwide and is now offered for limited run periods in cities around the globe, including Montreal.
Built in , the pod-shaped structure is situated over 32 feet above the ground in a Redwood tree in the town of Warkworth, north of Auckland. Diners access the venue via an elevated treetop walkway built of redwood milled on site. The striking venue is used exclusively for private functions and events, with a capacity of 30 guests. These hotels around the world all have stunning views , too.
Patrons enter through modern glass doors into a dimly lit joint where cats prowl and sprawl out, and where a drinks dispenser vending machine offers a variety of hot and cold beverages including coffee, royal milk tea, green tea, and instant miso soup. Everything related to the spy-themed restaurant is based on the CIA definition of a safe house, which is meant to be a seemingly innocent premise where an intelligence organization would conduct its covert operations in relative security.
The idea for this odd restaurant was conceived by one of the owners while he was reading while sitting—where else?
Initially, it only sold chocolate ice cream in containers shaped like a squat toilet, but once the humorous spin became a great success, a full-fledged, bathroom-themed eatery emerged. Today, Modern Toilet is a chain with locations across Asia and it has plans for further expansion. If the idea piques your curiosity, drop in to have a seat at one of the non-working toilets where meals are served in toilet bowl-shaped dinnerware.
Imagine a restaurant where the menu selections are prepared using the freshest possible ingredients, and by freshest, we mean harvested in the field at sunrise of the same day you are dining there. Welcome to De Kas , an old greenhouse in Amsterdam that was due to be demolished in , but was saved by an ambitious Michelin star chef, Gert Jan Hageman, who converted the unique twenty six foot high glass building into a restaurant and nursery.
Check out these things you should never order in a restaurant. The Bubble Room—Captiva Island, Florida Via Bubble Room Restaurant Opened in , this eclectic restaurant decorated with classic toys from the s and s started as a small one-room eatery, and today has grown into a multi-themed restaurant occupying all three stories of the house it originated in.
Moving trains are on all three floors and photographs of old-time movie scenes and stars adorn every available wall space. Music from the s to s serves as the soundtrack for The Bubble Room , and the bright and cheerful pastel colors of the venue make it a near-hallucinatory experience.
Flashlights, cellphones, and luminous watches are prohibited from the dark dining establishment. The evening starts in a lit bar where guests place their orders; then they are led by a server into an unlit dining room, where a two-hour seated dinner service begins with servers explaining where everything is placed on the table. Next, check out the most romantic restaurant in every state.