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Dinner at a restaurant is not just a matter of food and satiety. It can be a real adventure. Some restaurants offer gourmet dishes, incredible views and amazing atmosphere – and people are ready to fly to the ends of the world, just to dine in them.
From a snowy village in Finland to an underwater restaurant in the Maldives, Bigpiccha invites you to a virtual tour of the 40 best restaurants in the world that you should definitely visit. Pack your bags and … Bon appetit!
1. Al-Mahara is located in the luxurious Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai and boasts the best seafood in town. The restaurant’s golden arch leads into the dining room, built around an amazing aquarium, so guests can enjoy sharks, stingrays and other underwater inhabitants passing by. Continue reading
1. The facial recognition system of coffee shop visitors
Experienced barista perfectly remember their regular customers and their favorite orders, but with the NoafFace device this skill can be automated. The face recognition system began to operate in one of the Sydney coffee houses. Thanks to her, the barista, for example, can immediately offer the client his favorite big latte with an individual amount of sugar. Most of the customers note that they like this service, because a visit to a coffee shop becomes more “warm” and pleasant for them.
2. Order fast food from a car using the face-to-face system
In one of the most popular fast food restaurants in the southern US states, called Chick-fil-A, they decided to expedite customer service during peak hours. Continue reading
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