Unique Restaurants of the World

201210151210031350273783001823100 Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives

The world’s first aquarium-style underwater restaurant, set 16 feet below the surface of the Indian Ocean between a lagoon and coral reef. Those lucky enough to score one of the dozen seats can dine with the fishes, surrounded by clear acrylic and 180-degree, below-water views. Reached by a wooden walkway from the nearby over-water Sunset Grill, the $5 million restaurant serves a four-course contemporary fusion Maldivian menu.

dinner in the sky restaurant (3)Dinner In The Sky, Belgium

It’s not quite a restaurant, in a direct sense of the word, but the fact that during your lunch time you will not regret to dare getting involved in such an event. The fun here is practically guaranteed. The crane attached to it with a huge table is moving to any location and providing lunch in the air for 20 people. In addition, together with that you will have a serving staff including cook, waiter, security officials and animators. Fortunately, eating safely can be done while wearing seat-belts which means that you can even get drunk and falling down from the platform is unlikely to succeed. The main thing – do not drop down the cutlery. But for the toilet you will have to collectively walk because it is located on the ground.

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