Many people love food more than anything, and 79% of millennials like tasting the dishes of different countries.
Every city has its specialty in food. Today, in every big city, you can find places where you can try the cuisine of other countries, practically negating the need to travel anywhere else.
Here is a list of places that left a huge impact on visitors with their food or interior design.
1 Wattana Panich, Bangkok, Thailand
This place looks more like a cafeteria than a restaurant. The café is most famous for making the beef since the day it opened more than 60 years ago. They add water and meat from time to time. In this restaurant, you can eat braised beef with noodles, sukiyaki, friend beef in shrimp sauce, and pork with garlic and rice.
2 Rokunen Yonkumi, Tokyo, Japan
In Rokunen Yonkumi in Tokyo, you’ll feel like a student of a Japanese elementary school: there you can see an office for the headmaster’s deputy, a medical room, and classrooms.
You can try the most popular school breakfast (spaghetti and fried bread) here and also some more ordinary foods such as a Caesar salad.The sauces are served in giant syringes and the drinks are in flasks.
3 El Diablo, Lanzarote, Spain
This restaurant is situated at the top of a volcano but it doesn’t erupt lava, it emits heat. The most interesting thing about the restaurant is that it uses the volcano’s heat. They put rocks around the hole and put special grills on top of meat, fish, and vegetables.
4 HaiDiLao Hotpot, a worldwide chain
The first HaiDiLao Hotpot restaurant arrived in China in 1994 but today you can find it in Great Britain, the US, Canada, South Korea, Singapore, and other countries. The menu features traditional Chinese cuisine but you have to cook all the dishes yourself in a special niche in the table.
The restaurant is so popular so you will have to stand in long lines. While waiting, you can get a free manicure, have your shoes cleaned, and more. In the bathroom, there’s a special person who gives you the soap, opens the tap, and gives you a blanket.
5 New Lucky, Ahmedabad, India
Only one thing makes this restaurant special and that is the café is located in the middle of an old Muslim cemetery! Clients can drink tea right next to old coffins and graves. But you don’t need to worry in fact, some people think it brings them good luck.
6 De Kas, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The restaurant is located in an old greenhouse that was built in 1926. You will see patches all around where vegetables, fruits, and parsley are grown. There’s no menu: you’ll instead be presented with a list of ingredients that are available. This place is best for vegetarians.
7 Säräpirtti Kippurasarvi, Lemi, Finland
To enjoy the food in the restaurant, you have to reserve a table in advance since it’s not open every day. The lamb with potatoes that they serve has a huge history. It takes 8-9 hours to cook in a wooden tub. The restaurant is open at a particular time, so book in advance when you want to visit.
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