11 Unusual and Creative Restaurants

Underwater Restaurant in Norway


Underwater Restaurant with meter-thick concrete walls and giant acrylic windows designed by Snohetta. Scheduled to be completed in 2019, the restaurant building half-submerged into the sea will also function as a research center for marine life.





Dinner in the Sky

Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table suspended at a height of 50 metres. It accommodates 22 people around the table with three staff members in the middle (chef, waiter, entertainer).


Hospital Restaurant in Latvia

The restaurant looks like a medicine cabinet and the food is served in flasks and operating-room’s dishes. In addition, the customers can be tied up in straight jackets.


In The Dark Restaurant in London

Dans Le Noir restaurant in London employs blind waiters who lead customers to and through the pitch-black dining experience.


Ice Restaurant in Dubai

Chillout is the first ice lounge in the Middle East where everything from decoration, furniture and teacups is made from ice.


Toilet Restaurant in Taiwan

Creative restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan with modern decor and full-on toilet theme.


Ninja Restaurant in New York

The only restaurant in the world where Ninjas serve you.


Greenhouse Restaurant in Amsterdam

De Kas restaurant in Amsterdam, Netherlands is located in a greenhouse, where they grow their own vegetables.


Prison Restaurant in Tokyo

Alcatraz is a prison themed restaurant in Tokyo, Japan. The patrons are escorted to their “cells” before they are served cocktails named “Lethal Injection”.


Underwater Restaurant in Maldives

Beautiful underwater restaurant secured 5 metres below sea level at the Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa in Rangalifinolhu, Maldives. The restaurant has a capacity of 14 people and is encased in transparent acrylic roof offering 270° panoramic view to its customers.



Treehouse Restaurant in New Zealand

This unusual restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand was designed by Peter Eising and Lucy Gauntlett from Pacific Environments Architects.





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