“Weirdism is definitely the cornerstone of many an artist’s career.” We can go one step further and say that weirdism is the cornerstone of some of the world’s most unique restaurants.
It seems we seek the unique, the weird and the non-traditional. We humans flock to it in fact. Perhaps it’s our way of stepping outside our everyday, mundane lives and trying something different.
It’s for this reason that today we look at one of the weirdest restaurants. I’ll tell you why it weird, but it’s up to you to decide if you have the bravado to try one of them.
Located in Taipei, Taiwan, you’ll have to grin and bear it when you walk into this restaurant. This is because the restaurant is basically one large bathroom. The serving dishes and utensils are clean, and the food is delightful, but the restaurant looks like a giant toilet. Restaurant owners even hung toilets on the walls, and you can expect your chocolate ice cream dessert to look like a you know what. The seat is a porcelain throne, and you dine at a sink turned into a table. Your food and your drinks arrive in unique serving dishes, expect anything from a urinal glass to toilet bowls.
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