FIVE most extreme restaurants in the world
There are restaurants and then there are restaurants that challenge you in every way – right from hardships involved in accessing it to the type of food they offer. But the memories you will bring back are priceless.
Here are FIVE extreme restaurants in the world that you might want to check out that will give you a lifetime of memories!
SnowCastle, Kemi, Finland
This hotel and restaurant, as the name suggests, is entirely made of snow and ice. Not just that, it is also the world’s largest ice restaurant and can easily accommodate 200 guests at one go. Well, make sure you dress up warmly before you head there!
Huashan Teahouse, China
This one hold the record for being one of the most isolated tea-houses in the world. Naturally so – this one is perched 7000ft above sea level on the rather inaccessible Hua Mountains of China. If you have hiked your way to this tea house, be aware that they have the best tea in all of China. So your trip is definitely worth it.
El Diablo, Lanzarote, Spain
Have you ever thought that you could be served a meal on a volcano? Well, that is possible at El Diablo where the chef cooks your meal right over a volcano. The restaurant is known for its grilled meats, which are carefully cooked over a giant hole in the ground that has liquid-hot magma bubbling underneath. But don’t worry: the volcano is dormant… for now.
At.mosphere at Burj Khalifa, Dubai
Now, this one is located in the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa. So as you dig into your gourmet meal, you realise suddenly that you are actually sitting 1384m above sea level. At.mosphere is Dubai’s culinary gem located on the 122nd floor, were you can take in the spectacular views while dining on modern, seafood-leaning dishes.
The Rock, Zanzibar, Tanzania
A restaurant perched on a rock in the shallows of the Indian Ocean, The Rock in Zanzibar is definitely an experience worthy of having. If you happen to be a sea food lover, then you have all the more reasons to dine here – for the restaurant serves only freshly caught sea food – and you can even taste a bit of the sea in it.