Although eating at home is always delicious, it can be a lot of fun to go out to eat. We all love to go to our favorite restaurants when we get the chance, but it can be totally awesome to try out a brand new one that we've never visited before. If you're in a new place, trying out one of the unique restaurants that only exists there is always a fun stop during your trip.
There are some restaurants around the world that aren't just special because they're in a place far from your home, though. These restaurants all have a really unique and unusual theme; some of them are so weird you seriously have to eat there to believe that they're real!
10 Ninja New York
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to live in feudal Japan at the heart of a ninja village, unfortunately you're going to have to keep wondering... unless you happen to make your way to New York City.
There, you can go to a restaurant called Ninja New York, where everything is themed around a ninja village back in ancient feudal Japan. The restaurant's decor and the staff completely immerse the visitor in the experience, and the delicious Japanese food makes the entire restaurant definitely worth checking out.
9 Modern Toilet
The bathroom definitely isn't something that you want to think about when you're eating your meal. But if you visit Taipei, Taiwan, you might be spending more time around toilets than you normally would at dinnertime at this restaurant.
Modern Toilet is a really unique restaurant located in Taipei where the theme is... well, toilets. The chairs that visitors sit on while they're enjoying their meal are all toilets and, to make things even stranger, the dishes are all served inside bowls shaped like toilets. At least it's unique!
8 Alcatraz ER
Although Alcatraz may be a now-defunct prison off the coast of San Francisco, that didn't stop a restaurant in Tokyo, Japan from adopting its theme: a combination between Alcatraz and a spooky hospital.
Guests are handcuffed and lead to the cell where their table is located,. before being served in scientific equipment. They're entertained all night while they eat by various different spooky shows. The prison atmosphere really adds to how unusual the experience is.
7 Kura Revolving Sushi Bar
A sushi restaurant where the sushi travels past the customers on a conveyor belt and allows them to pull a plate off whenever they see something they like really isn't that strange. These exist all over Japan, the US, and other countries. But Kura Revolving Sushi Bar, a restaurant with locations around the US, puts a fun twist on this trend!
After a guest finishes a certain number of plates, a capsule toy drops from the machine above the order screen at their table and gives them an adorable little toy. How cute is that?
6 Heart Attack Grill
If you're into the most extreme, over-the-top burgers around, then Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas is the for you. This restaurant is known for the fact that the entire thing is themed around hospitals. the staff is made up of waitresses dressed as nurses, diners wear hospital gowns after they're seated, and the burgers have names like the Quadruple Bypass Burger.
The Heart Attack Grill is definitely not the place to be for anyone that's trying to watch what they eat or enjoy a healthy meal, but if you're someone that seriously loves burgers and doesn't mind the grease, this novelty restaurant is a must-visit.
Hospitalis is a restaurant located in Latvia that is completely centered around a hospital motif with a really strange, creepy twist. Everything is served with surgical and scientific equipment and the waitresses are all dressed as nurses with the exact same bright orange wig on.
If a visitor orders a certain item from the menu, the waitress will strap them into their seat and feed them with a spoon while they sit, completely helpless. If you're into a truly unique dining experience, this medical-themed restaurant could be just what the doctor ordered.
4 Beetle House
Tim Burton has become an iconic name in the world of movies. From movies like Corpse Bride and The Nightmare Before Christmas to Beetlejuice, there are so many movies that Tim Burton fans just can't get enough of. For people that are truly obsessed with this film-maker, visiting Beetle House in Los Angeles or New York City would be a dream.
This restaurant is completely dedicated to Tim Burton's films, from the decor to the items on the menu. Some of the food offered at Beetle House includes Shrimpy Hallow, James and the Giant Fruit Platter, and Edward Burger Hands.
3 Haohai Robot Restaurant
No matter how unique a restaurant is, they almost all have one thing in common: the fact that there are waitresses and waiters that serve the people dining there. But in China, there's a restaurant that is a little bit unusual in this regard.
At Haohai Robot Restaurant, all the servers are robots that travel along tracks through the restaurant to deliver the food to the customers. Ordering involves tapping on a screen installed on a certain robot and then another robot will bring it out on a tray. Pretty cool!
2 Ithaa Undersea Restaurant
Unfortunately, no matter how awesome it would be to be a mermaid living under the sea, we're forced to stay above ground where the people are. But if you happen to find yourself in the Maldives, you can go to Ithaa Undersea Restaurant and experience life under the sea - even if only for a short while.
This restaurant is located under the sea with a domed, see-through structure that allows diners to see the fish swimming around outside. For people that are totally into all things to do with the ocean, this restaurant is a bucket list staple.
1 's Baggers Restaurant
's Baggers is a restaurant located in Germany that has a pretty unique way of serving its customers. Diners are seated at large, round tables and have a screen in front of them that they can tap on to order their food and drinks. After ordering, their food comes down a unique spiral and lands directly in front of them.
This restaurant is one of many around the world that has taken a unique approach to the way diners are served. Instead of just having waiters and waitresses bring the food, the winding track that it travels down provides some entertainment while you wait.