Dining All Over The World

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The world is a weird and wonderful place, and if you’re a foodie, then you’re probably interested in trying food from all over the world. There are some fantastic restaurants that if you’re ever visiting these countries, you really ought to make an effort to go:

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Rangali Island, Maldives

This cosy underwater restaurant that is more than seventeen feet below sea level offering delicious seafood, veal dishes, and other meaty as well as traditional delicacies. It can only seat 14 people, so it’s an exclusive experience anyway, nevermind the acrylic roof and panoramic view of fantastic sea creatures and other saltwater marine growths.

Dinner in the Sky, Montreal, Canada

Fancy dinner 160 feet in the air? Well head to Montreal, and you have it, you’ll be strapped into your seat, and a crane will lift the entire dining table into the air. Floating staff, floating dinner and views you couldn’t get anywhere else. Dinner in the sky is one you’ll want to experience.

Cat Cafe Nekorobi, Tokyo, Japan

Fan of cats and coffee? This unique cafe will make your day if you don’t mind the cats sprawling and prowling all over the cafe. The best time to go to this cafe is in the evening to marvel at the cat’s dinner ritual.

O.NOIR, Toronto, Canada

The Dining in the Dark O. Noir restaurant starts in a lit bar where you’ll place your order and then you’ll be escorted into a dark dining room, where the dining begins and the staff will explain what’s going to happen. You won’t be able to see who else in the restaurant or what you’re eating. It enhances the other senses and is a truly unique experience.

Colonial Tram Car Restaurant, Melbourne

The first-of-its-kind Colonial Tramcar Restaurant offers an expansive menu, and you can eat, drink and enjoy a city tour unlike any other. You can choose a 4-course meal, 3-course, and a 5-course meal of your choice.

Labassin Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines

If you’re over in the Philippines and looking for something different, then get yourself over to Labassin Waterfall Restaurant where you’ll be having fun, eating while calf-deep in waters that flow out from a large indoor waterfall.

Safe House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

You won’t find this on any gifts for men guides; it’s a fab idea if you’re stuck for present ideas for someone who loves the secret locations in spy thrillers. Safe House has a charming interior as well as exterior, and everything inside is related to the spy world definition. There is even a password that guests are required to remember to enter the food court.

The Bubble Room, Captiva Island, Florida

The Bubble Room Restaurant opened in 1979 and is decorated with toys from the 1930s and 1940s. It started off with a small room food court and over time grew into a multi-themed 3-story bubbly restaurant with toy trains, photos of old-time Hollywood celebrities and fairy-tale characters. It’s well worth a visit.

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Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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