Dans Le Noir
Dans Le Noir which means “In the Dark” is a renowned chain of restaurants with branches in London, Paris, and Moscow. The popularity of these restaurants soared as guests enjoyed an unusual dining experience. Etienne Boisrond and Edouard de Broglie believe that food is best eaten our senses are heightened and literally put this into effect in Dans Le Noir. The restaurants offer a vast and varied choice of food in a room that is totally darkened to give their patrons and guests a “blind dining” experience. The restaurants even employ visually impaired staff to give a proper shape to the concept.
The Safe House
Adventure buffs should head to The Safe House in Milwaukee, USA, to extend and satisfy their love for a dining experience related to mystery and spies. In 1966, David J. Baldwin opened the doors of his restaurant to share his penchant for spy-themed food. The décor and collection of artifacts add to the ambiance and take your dining experience a notch higher. But there is one small hitch before you gain entry to The Safe House. You need to crack a test to prove that you aren’t a double agent. So, if you’re up for a challenge, you know exactly where to go to exercise your grey cells!
If you choose to dine at the Grotta Palazzese in Polignano a Mare in Italy, you will find yourself in a limestone cave. It is one of the oldest dining destinations dating back to the 1700s. This sea-side diner offers stunning views, over-the-top service, and a unique setting. If you want to step off the typical dining trail or desire a fun yet serene experience, this is a place you will find yourself headed to repeatedly.
So give your dining out experience a twist by checking out these unique restaurants and creating memories of a gastronomic and fun-filled journey. Moreover, with the world at your service, these weird restaurants are worth visiting simply for the sheer experience they offer.