5. Labassin Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines
Savour a luncheon at the foot of a waterfall in the South-Eastern nation of Philippines . The menu includes authentic local dishes and the ambience is lush green. Seat yourself delightfully in the bamboo dining tables and feel the trickling water of the Labassin Waterfall caressing your feet. Relish the smoking hot Filipino cuisine in the backdrop of a live waterfall. The cold water provides a much needed relief in the humid atmosphere.
4. Fangweng Restaurant, Yichang, China
Dangling hundreds of feet above the mighty Yangtze river, this restaurant is built in a cave. The offbeat element here is the 30 metre long narrow concrete bridge which hangs on one side of the cliff. One has to cross this bridge to reach the main dining area. Even a portion of the dining hall is suspended in the air. Grab a bite and say hello to the longest river in Asia!
3. Kayabukiya tavern, Japan
Walk in this eatery, seat yourself, place an order and be surprised! Instead of waiters and waitresses, you will find cute monkeys serving the food! The monkeys are not allowed to work more than 2 hours a day, due to Japan's animal rights regulation. Also the work condition ensures proper treatment to the monkeys. And if the lovely little animals win your heart you can tip them with boiled soya beans!
2. Snow Castle Restaurant, Kemi, Finland
Kemi boasts of the biggest snow fort in the world which is rebuilt every winter. Each year the architecture differs but the three features that repeat themselves include the Snow Restaurant. The temperature within this restaurant is always minus 5 degree Celsius. Fine dining in a snow restaurant..who can resist it? No doubt the citizens of Kemi are proud of it!
1. Treepoddining, Soneva Kiri Resort,Thailand
If your pockets run deep enough and you appreciate the value of a gourmet meal then waste no time and leave for Soneva Kiri Resort, KohKood Island. The resort boasts of a whole assortment of dining options. In the treepod dining bamboo pods are hoisted into tall leafy tropical trees of the KohKood's ancient rainforest. Guests sitting inside the tree pods get a magical view of the blue water and sandy shoreline. Amuse yourself by tasting the expensive wine as a personal waiter serves you high up using the acrobatics of a zipline!