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This Restaurant Is Like A Toilet And Your Food Is Served In A Toilet – Will You Eat Here For 1 Million?

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Like the fashion photographer, the mandolin player, and humble blogger, the chef is, at his or her core, an artist.


It’s no surprise, then, that the restaurant industry is a hotbed for creativity, innovation — and sometimes total weirdness. Consider, for example, the trend of Nyotaimori, the practice of eating sushi off a naked woman’s body, introduced by geisha house kitchens back in 1600s Japan. Or the fondue craze, a Swiss tradition involving melting stale bread into vats of melted cheese, that hit U.S. restaurants in the 1970s? And who could forget the Flamin’ Hot Cheetos trend that swept Los Angeles a few years ago?

Today, you can dine with cats, dine in the dark, or dine hoisted 150 feet in the air by a crane at restaurants around the world. But even if you’re a seasoned foodie who eats only eats Flamin’ Hot Cheetos off naked women in the dark while suspended by a crane.


At O’Naturel, a fancy French bistro in the 12th Arrondissement of Paris, France, the dress code is pretty strict. No cut-off shorts and flip-flops, obviously. No T-shirts or sweatpants allowed, either. But suits, ties, cocktail dresses, suspenders, sombreros, and Darth Vader masks are also prohibited. For you see, the aptly named O’Naturel is a “naturist” restaurant—the first no-fashion-allowed restaurant in all of Paris, the fashion capital of the world.

That’s right: In order to get a table at O’Naturel, you need to make an advanced reservation and leave all your clothing in a locker room outside the dining room. The dining room itself is shielded from the gaze of curious passerby by blackout curtains, and the elegant chairs feature black slipcovers that are exchanged between guests for hygiene purposes.

In the whole 40-seat restaurant, the only people clothed are the servers and cooks, who must remain clothed per French laws. You, on the other hand, are free to sit at your table, place your napkin on your nap, and feast on a menu of roasted snail, lamb chops, creme brulee, and other fine French delicacies, completely nude.

The World’s Weirdest Restaurants has got news for the world as they take us to “Modern Toilet” in Taipei where you’ll be served curry in a tabletop porcelain toilet. Then off to “Voodoo Donuts” in Portland to sample divinely decadent donuts and witness a wild wedding. Are you ready? Can you even imagine it?

Then off to Germany where you can order classic Bavarian cuisine delivered straight to your table on a unique rail system that merges modern technology with good old fashioned gravity. Later they head back to the Pacific Northwest, to the “Dining Dog Café,” where dogs slip into formal wear and dine on a four-course gourmet meal. That sounds gross but you know what, you’d love it if you visit. I mean, just try! In the meantime, share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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