built a magnificent summer
In recent years, underwater restaurants, in which visitors are invited to combine a meal with admiring the marine life, began to actively appear around the world, and in the Maldives they have grown so much that they began to seriously compete with each other. The 1000 Ideas portal decided to collect 16 of the best underwater restaurants and aquarium restaurants from around the world.
ITHAA UNDERSEA RESTAURANT, Rangali Island, Maldives
The most famous underwater restaurant called Ithaa Undersea Restaurant is located in the Laccadive Sea at a 5-meter depth off Rangali Island, Maldives. Since its opening in 2005, it has attracted endless crowds of tourists. From those who want to get to the cherished 14 places, there is simply no end: orders are made a month before a visit. Above the guests’ head is a large glass dome, which opens up the stunning underwater world of the Maldives. Continue reading
A restaurant in an existing prison, robotic waiters, lunch surrounded by sharks and paid rudeness – some restaurateurs know how to stand out from a number of coffee houses and diners.
Turing Test for Waiters
At the Hajime Robot Restaurant in Bangkok, for some reason little-known among tourists, guests themselves participate in cooking (tables are equipped with electric stoves or barbecue grills), but its main feature is not at all in this: the functions of waiters are performed by robots. Visitors through the electronic menu order ready-made meals (rolls, sushi, salads) and raw ingredients for soup or barbecue, and after choosing food, click the Order to Robot button. A cute blinking robot pulls up to a table with trays, speaks with visitors and sets up plates, and then periodically returns to pick up dirty dishes and bring new dishes. Continue reading
Original food is offered in different countries of the world. Marketers and restaurateurs are ready to do anything to increase the clientele. Moreover, some owners want to gain worldwide popularity for the institution, and so legendary restaurants are born.
Alcholic Architecture Bar, London
In this bar, alcohol is inhaled
Here they do not drink alcohol, but breathe it. The institution, the idea of opening which belongs to food designers and architects Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, has very high humidity (about 140%), and a third of it consists of “extracts” of alcoholic beverages. The mixture that visitors inhale is so intense that it is necessary to wear special protective suits.
The bar is adjacent to the oldest Gothic cathedral in the UK. The restaurant’s menu has many cocktails that are related to church subjects: Benedictine, Chartreuse, Trappist beer, honey beer and Buckfast. Continue reading