These incredible restaurants are not your ordinary restaurants. Check them out, or better yet, visit them for yourselves.
Cova d’en Xoroi, Menorca, Spain
This covert cave restaurant in the steep cliffs of Menorca gives its diners a spectacular view of the crystal blue seas of the Mediterranean.
Joben Bistro, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
The design which is a combination of brass, copper, and flourescent lights creates an elegant hangout getaway with your friends. It’s charming steampunk design will surely take you back in time.
Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines
This rather bizarre restaurant in Villa Escudero resort sits at the foot of the Labasin Falls. It serves buffet of meats and curries on bamboo leaves. The nearby rushing waters is truly irresistible, especially when the heat is on.
Grotta Palazzese, Italy
Nestling in the caves of Polignano a Mare beach, Ristorante Grotta Palazzese is one of the greatest destinations for Italian cuisine in the world. As you sip on some of the best European wine, be captivated by the picturesque Adriatic Sea.
Rock Restaurant, Zanzibar
This seafood restaurant built on the rocks along the Michamwi Pingwe peninsula serves food caught only a few feet away, thus assuring you of its top-top freshness. The restaurant is accessible by boat.
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Rangali Island, Maldives
Rated as “the most beautiful restaurant in the world” by the New York Daily News, this underwater restaurant lies five meters just below the surface. The restaurant gives its guests a dining and marine experience they will never forget.
Piz Gloria, Mürren, Switzerland
Perched 10,000 feet high in the Bernese Alps, Piz Gloria is accessible by cable cars and offers breathtaking views no other restaurants could offer. Does the building look familiar? Because it was used in the James Bond series “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.”
Le Panoramic, France
On top of Brévent whic is 8,000 feet above the ground is the Le Panoramic. Grab your lunch here while treating yourselves to amazing views at Mont-Blanc.
Atomosphere resides on the 122nd level of the world’s tallest buildings, Burj Khalifa. Have a relaxing dining experience on top of the world’s busiest cities.
Ali Barbour’s Cave Restaurant, Kenya
This phenomenal cave is thought to be more than a hundred thousand years old. Recently, it has been converted into a restaurant, the Ali Barbour’s Cave. The cave consists of interlinking chambers, reaching depths of 30 feet below the ground.
The Grotto, Krabi, Thailand
This stunning restaurant in the Rayavadee Resort is tucked away in a limestone cliff. Fine sand covers the floor and an opening onto a magnificent beach with crystal waters.
Soneva Kiri Resort, Thailand
Feel like dining up high in a tree? Climb into the leafy canopy of Thai treepods! Be amazed at its waiters who deliver mouthwatering food to your private pod through a series of zip-lines.
Romita Comedor, Mexico
Famous for its authentic Mexican cuisine and amazing cocktails, Romita Comedor is settled in the heart of colonia Roma. This elegant rooftop restaurant has incredible glass windows and ceilings and provides grandeous views of the cityscape.
Al Mahara, Burj Al Arab, Dubai
Be stunned with this restaurant’s massive ceiling length aquarium that sits inside this grand restaurant.
Camera Cafe, Yangpyeong, South Korea
Built by an avid camera collector, this bizarre-looking cafe in a sleepy village of Yangpyeong will surely leave you enthralled.
Hotel Edelweiss, Mürren, Switzerland
Visit Hotel Edelweiss 6,300 feet above the ground to better enjoy haute cuisine and a beer. It is surrounded by panoramic mountains formed by 21 peaks at the heart of the Alps on all sides.
Hotel Chocolat, St. Lucia
In the midst of cocoa plantations is Hotel Chocolat who offers a view of the Pitons, two volcanic mountains surrounding it. The restaurant is famous for the enticing cacao cuisine made with chocolate.
Kayumanis, Ubud, Bali
Located in the lush tropical landscape which dominates inner Bali, this restaurant allows you to dine in the open and gives you an amazing view of the vast and untamed jungle.
Skyline Restaurant – Queenstown, New Zealand
Situated on the side of Bob’s Peak and 2,500 feet above Queensland, Skyline Restaurant is accessible through a cable car ride. Viewed from the restaurant are the Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Walter Peak and Cecil Peak.
Crater Lodge, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
Crater Lodge restaurant overlooks the immense landscape that is home to the Ngorongoro Volcanic Center.
White Rabbit Restaurant & Bar, Moscow, Russia
The White Rabbit not only has the best panoramas of the vibrant Moscow city, but also serves delicious international gfusion cuisine.
The Bedford, Chicago
Once a bank in the 1920s, the Bedford has retained much of its original architecture. Its vault, copper safety deposit boxes and steel doors still remain intact.
El Farallón, Los Cabos, Mexico
Located in the cliffs of Capella Pedregal, El Farallón is famous for its beauty and powerful tides. Its views is as magnificent as its seafoods served. The sound of crashing waves completes the magnificence of both.
Fangweng, Yichang, China
This hanging restaurant is built into the Happy Valley of the Xiling Gorge, several hundered feet above the Yangtze River. The restaurant got its name from a poet who brewed tea in one of the caves during the 1100s.
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