The World’s Weirdest Restaurants

Planning to enjoy a nice dinner with your friends and loved ones? Why not turning it to a something special? Here are some weird restaurants that will turn any dinner to a night you’ll never forget.


Ninja New York


We start our list with jumping ninjas, burning dishes and samurai swords that will cut you’re your food in skills you couldn’t imagine. Step into the depth of the shadows, this is exactly where you shall find the ninja restaurant.


Dinner in the Sky

Photo By Dinner in the Sky

What’s Hanging? Well if you ever attend this restaurant, the answer is – You! That’s right, welcome to Dinner in the Sky, where they strap you to a chair around a table and lift you up in a crane. So sit tight, because it is going to be a bumpy ride


Conflict Kitchen

Photo by The Conflict Kitchen

Now, here is a restaurant that takes activism to a whole new culinary level. The Conflict Kitchen in Pittsburg serves only food from countries which the United States is in conflict with, changing its identity to match current geopolitical events.


Big Baobab

Photos by The Big Baobab

Is it a gigantic tree or a tiny bar? We just can’t decide. Either way, this is one of the weirdest locations we could think of to have some afternoon drinks.

Photos by The Big Baobab


Heart Attack Grill House

Photo by The Heart Attack Grill House

This is probably the only restaurant in the world that takes pride in having to deceased spokesmen, both dead of heart attack. Yes, you got it right, The Heart Attack Grill House will do everything they can to shut your veins. Think you have what it takes to survive a meal? Better think again.

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Photo by Hospitalis

If you really love being hospitalized, than this restaurant is the one for you. This bizarre hospital themed restaurant offers dinner on a dentist’s chair, being strapped and force-fad by lascivious nurses, and other weird and kinky dodgy experiences.


Crazy Banyan

Photo by The Crazy Banyan

As young kids, we were always preoccupied by building tree houses. Maybe this is something kept in our collective memory throughout the evolution possess, but you can say we never really got off the trees. Now, here is a treehouse that shadows all of our treehouses together and then some. Built on a huge banyan tree, this crazy café is offering local Japanese food, beautiful views and an experience of a lifetime.


Rollercoaster Restaurant

Photo by Rollercoaster Restaurant

Ever had a strong urge to eat in a roller coaster? No? Is it just us? Well, this is as close as we’ll ever get- instead of eating in a roller coaster, let your food ride one.


Ed Debevic’s

Photo by Ed Debevic’s

Meat Ed Debevic’s restaurant in Chicago serves great old fashioned American food. But if you are looking for the kind of place that offers you nice and polite service, with lots of “thank you sir”, than you are definitely in the wrong place. Ed and his crew are proud of their rude and sassy attitude. Or as Ed likes to put it “If you like what you’re eatin’, order more. If you don’t there’s the Door”.


Maid Café NY

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If Japanese food served by cute waitresses dressed in pink maid outfits is your thing, the maid café in New York is exactly the place for you. Nothing more to say actually.

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H.R. Giger Bar


When we first saw the Alien movie, we couldn’t sleep for weeks. The monstrous beast, laying its eggs in peoples bodies creeped us out and made us scream any time we saw a passing chicken (God knows why, and heavens know why we have encountered passing chickens). It seems there were some who saw the movie and thought to themselves “hey, I want this creepy biomechanical decoration next to me whenever I have dinner”. Actually, there were enough of those people to start two whole restaurants inspired by the terrifying art of H.R. Giger, the artist that had influenced and created the Alien.

Photos by Andy Davies


El Diablo

Photo – TripAdviser

If the frightening décor based on H.R. Giger’s art didn’t scare you enough, maybe a trip to the heart of a volcano will do the trick. That’s right, this restaurant, located in the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, is probably the only restaurant in the world that use Lava as grill, so you can get your dinner straight from the fires of hell.


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