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10 Of The Wildest Restaurants In The World

What constitutes a restaurant as being wild? Is it the crazy location or the unbelievable overall theme? Is it the food, the service or a combination of all the above? How each of us defines crazy is

What constitutes a restaurant as being wild? Is it the crazy location or the unbelievable overall theme? Is it the food, the service or a combination of all the above? How each of us defines crazy is different and for this list we have taken all the above into consideration searching out the 10 wildest restaurants from around the world. From a restaurant that requires a password to enter to across the world in Japan where your servers have a tail; each of these restaurants is unique in their own ways.

If you have ever wondered what it would be like to dine in the open sky while sailing over the colorful landscape or what it would be like to go back in time and experience the tragedy of the Titanic; it is now possible with more and wilder restaurants opening each year. Imagine sitting at the base of a waterfall as the clear water trickles over your feet while enjoying the local cuisine, or having to take a cable car to reach your cliff side lunch. The possibilities are endless with this list and we invite you to hang on as we take you on a wild ride around the world to our top ten wildest restaurants.

10 CuliAir Luchtballon Restaurant, Netherlands

via:basballonvaart.nl

9 Kayabukiya Tavern, Japan

via:www.paraloscuriosos.com

8 Berggasthaus Aescher-Wildkirchli Swiss Alps

via;www.klimaholidays.gr

7 The Safe House, USA

via:flavorwire.com

6 Count Dracula Club, Romania

via:www.travelchannel.com

5 Sounds of Silence, Australia

via:www.neoz.com.au

4 The Rock Restaurant Zanzibar, Tanzania

via:www.therockrestaurantzanzibar.com

3 Waterfalls Restaurant, Philippines

via:wordpress.com

2 Titanic Theatre Restaurant (Australia)

via:www.titanic.com.au

1 Disaster Café, Spain

This restaurant is for those who are curious about feeling an earthquake's force while eating. Or at least that is what this restaurant’s owner must have thought before creating Disaster Café in Spain. Customers are whisked underground to a cave like restaurant where a 7.8 magnitude earthquake is created causing tables to shake, chairs to move and plenty of drinks to be spilled. The staff are fully prepared with safety helmets and the only danger you are in is listening to the people screaming while the place is shaking. This is not a restaurant for the weak and can definitely be considered one of the wildest restaurants in the world.

Sources:  thedailymeal.com, finance.yahoo.com

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