9 unusual restaurants, a visit to which turns into a fascinating adventure
Among the many attractions of different countries and cities, restaurants occupy a special place. Among them there are truly iconic ones, which not only tourists strive to get into, but also the locals look with pleasure. And all because these restaurants have their own “zest”. It is about such restaurants and will be discussed in this review.
1. Restaurant, which employs 20 robots (China)
Science fiction began to materialize in a restaurant where visitors are served only by robots. Yes, yes, the robots here do everything: they take and store food, prepare all the dishes themselves, seat the visitors in places and entertain them during lunch. There is such an unusual restaurant in Harbin, China.
When another visitor enters the restaurant, the robot raises its mechanical arm and says: “I greet the man from the Earth. Welcome to the restaurant robots. After the visitor makes an order, the robots will prepare the desired dishes, and then the robot waiter will bring him from the kitchen to the table.
2. Restaurant with roller coaster (UAE)
The company in the United Arab Emirates has built a unique restaurant in which dishes literally slide down to the table for visitors on a roller coaster. Establishment ROGO, located in the elite shopping center in Abu Dhabi, boasts 30 tables, each of which is directly from the kitchen leads a separate “slide”.
Customers place their orders on tablet computers built into the countertops, and then sit and wait for the sealed food pots to roll on to the table.
3. Restaurant with a catapult (Thailand)
In the Flying Chicken restaurant in Bangkok you can see the scene, which is hard to believe. When they order fried chicken in it, it is served in a very unusual way. A waiter in a spiked helmet rolls onto the stage on a unicycle. Then the already cooked chicken is set on fire and fired into the air with a mini-catapult. The waiter catches her on a spike on his helmet, and then brings the bird to the table.
Interestingly, for a fee on a unicycle, you can go yourself.
4. Restaurant with sandwiches on a parachute (Australia)
It seems to be in the restaurants catering, which serves sandwiches, there is nothing special. But when a sandwich comes down to the client’s table with a parachute, it’s hard not to notice.
The concept of Jafflechutes in Melbourne is quite simple: the owners announce the planned event. Then everyone can order a sandwich on the site. After that, customers are informed of the place and time where they can pick up their order. When a person comes to this place, a sandwich comes down from the sky to his hands on a parachute.
5. Automated restaurant without waiters (Germany)
In 2007, Michael Mack opened the first restaurant in the world in which orders and table service were fully automated. In Baggers, each table is connected by metal rails to the kitchen, and it is along these rails that the dish slides onto the table under the action of gravity. In order to make this possible, Mac had to install a kitchen directly under the roof of a multi-storey restaurant. Customers order food using the touch screen system that is on each table. Customer orders are registered in the kitchen, and in the basement there is a special computer that monitors stocks of products. The system also calculates the probable terms of delivery of drinks and dishes to each table and informs the customers who made the order.
6. Restaurant with waitresses in bikinis (China)
The management of this Chinese restaurant, in which all the waitresses go in bikinis, does not get tired of fighting off charges of sexism. At the same time, it rests against the fact that men also work as waiters. This establishment specializes in local varieties of rice porridge.
7. Restaurant with UAV (England)
YO! Sushi is one of the most popular chains of sushi restaurants in London. Chip institutions is that the dishes on the table delivers drone drone.
8. Restaurant with monkeys in masks (Japan)
Japanese eatery clearly decided to save on the waiters and uses in their role … monkeys. To make animals look more like people, they even wear masks on their faces.
Institution Kayabuki in the city of Utsunomiya (north of Tokyo) is a traditional sake-house, but the choice of staff makes it unusual. Two monkeys named Yat-chan and Fuku-chan work as waiters taking notes with orders from visitors.