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Weirdest restaurants

2012-06-08 03:43:22 GMT2012-06-08 11:43:22(Beijing Time)

Guests wave as they enjoy a "Dinner in the Sky" on a platform hanging in front of the Royal Palace in Brussels June 4, 2012. "Dinner in the Sky" can accommodate 22 guests, seated at a table suspended from a crane at a height of 50 metres. The crane will remain in front of the palace for a week and then move to other parts of Brussels. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet

A waitress poses inside an egg-shaped dining booth at an A380 theme restaurant during a media event before its official opening in Chongqing municipality, April 25, 2012. The restaurant, named "Special Enjoyment" (Chinese name "Special Class"), is about 600 square metres in size, including the six private rooms, and can serve up to 110 customers, local media reported. The restaurant officially started business on May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer

Customers look at menus on toilet seats at a toilet-themed restaurant in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong province October 22, 2006. CHINA OUT REUTERS/Joe Tan

Heart Attack Grill owner Jon poses with a quadruple bypass cheese burger in Chandler, Arizona June 17, 2009. The restaurant is known for its hospital theme and triple and quadruple bypass burgers. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

Brindicci British set designer Tony Hornecker prepares dinner at his restaurant "The Pale Blue Door" in Berlin, September 12, 2010. A British set designer has taken his love for art, added some food, and opened a temporary pop-up restaurant -- made with scrap materials scavenged from the streets -- in one of Berlin's central community gardens. Tony Hornecker, the mastermind behind the thriving shanty town-style restaurant "The Pale Blue Door", said that he does not make any profits with his fanciful underground restaurant, but feels that he is giving Berlin

Photographs showing all the people who appeared on the cover of Sgt Pepper Album hang on a wall in the Blakes restaurant at the the newly opened Hard Days Night Hotel in Liverpool, northern England February 1, 2008. The four-star, 110-room Beatles-themed hotel opened its doors to the public and is only a stone's throw away from the site of the famous Cavern Club. REUTERS/Phil Noble

A waitress dressed in a nurse uniform serves a drink to a customer with a drip at a hospital-themed restaurant in Taipei March 18, 2009. REUTERS/Nicky Loh

From dining out of a toilet, to dining inside a replica airplane. A look at the oddly-themed restaurants of the world.


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