The Most Bizarre Restaurants In The World

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Photo: Al Johnson’s

There are a million and one places to pick up a meal.But if you’re looking for a dining experience with a little extra oomph, say, in the form of toy trains, volcanoes, or nude ladies, then some of these picks might be up your alley.

These are the strangest dining experiences we could round up from Tokyo to Wisconsin.

If you’ve eaten anywhere stranger, let us know in the comments.

Feel the full force of an earthquake during dinner

Disaster Cafe, Lloret de Mar, Spain

If you find your normal dinner experience to be too calm, check out Disaster Cafe in Spain, where diners feel the force of a 7.8 earthquake during every meal.

Seems to us that a major earthquake would harm a dining experience more than enhance it but hey, everyone's entitled to their opinion.

A dining experience in total darkness

O.NOIR, locations in Toronto and Montreal

Sick of looking at your dining companion? This may be the restaurant for you. O.NOIR's philosophy is that without the benefit of sight, diners other senses are elevated, increasing their enjoyment.

There are no flashlights, mobile phones, or even luminous watches allowed at the Canadian eatery.

We're a little confused about how the waiters get around, but maybe getting food dumped on your lap is also part of the experience.

Release your anger by smashing plates against a wall

Isdaan, Tarlac, Philippines

Nothing like letting off a little steam before dinner, and this Philippine fish restaurant lets patrons do just that.

The restaurant has a little room where diners can pay to toss cups, plates, mugs, and even television sets against a wall.

A sophisticated robot will prepare your dinner

Famen, Nagoya, Japan

Forget human hands. At Famen, a sophisticated yellow robot prepares steaming bowls of ramen, up to 80 per day.

Don't believe it? Check out the video.

fulfil your secret agent fantasies before dessert

Safe House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

At this restaurant and nightspot, you'll need to know the password just to make it past the doorman.

A restaurant where the waitstaff is made up of dwarfs

Dwarf's Island, Cairo, Egypt

Dwarf's Island is a cafe-cum-hookah bar in Egypt where all 10 of the waiters are little people.

It's been the subject of controversy, but workers say they're pleased to have a job and enjoy working there.

Suffer through a meal with the most obnoxious waitstaff ever

Dick's Last Resort, locations in Dallas, Las Vegas, Chicago and elsewhere

People actually pay to deal with abusive waiters at Dick's Last Resort, a chain with almost a dozen locations around the U.S.

Not only are the servers rude, the menu is also pretty vulgar.

Gorge yourself on a 'voluptuously grilled' chicken breast called the Dolly Parton, or the Pork Bonerz, a slab of barbecued pork.

A restaurant where children will serve your food

Kinderkookkafe, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

This is the perfect destination for people who think child-labour laws are unnecessary.

At Kinderkookkafe, not only will kids serve your meal, they'll also cook it and clean up afterwards.

The websites says the restaurant is a popular location for birthday parties but we're not sure who would have more fun -- the kids or the adults?

A train will deliver your dinner

Le Train Gourmand, La Valette du Var, France

Another alternative to run-of-the-mill waiter service.

At this French eatery, diners are seated around a massive toy train set and meals are delivered via railroad car.

Eat food cooked over a volcano

El Diablo, Lanzarote, Spain

Forget ovens; at El Diablo, the chefs will cook your meal over an open hole in the ground that channels heat from a nearby volcano.

It's the ultimate barbecue.

Dine while goats graze on the roof above your head

Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant & Butik, Sister Bay, Wisconsin

Talk about fresh food. At this Swedish restaurant in Wisconsin, goats graze on the grass-covered roof while the guests below chow down on traditional Swedish foods served by women in Scandinavian garb.

Eat takeout food from countries that the U.S. is in conflict with

Conflict Kitchen, Pittsburgh

Nothing like a little controversy with your lunch. This innovative dining concept in Pittsburgh only serves cuisine from places that are currently at odds with the United States.

The takeout-only eatery started with the food of Afghanistan; it's currently serving up Venezuelan arepas.

Your meal will be served by ladies in the buff

Les Princesses, Montreal, Canada

Even the website for this restaurant, where the waitstaff wears nothing but their birthday suits, is ri que -- you must be 18 years or older to enter.

The place caters to 'tourists, hunters, and fishers,' -- we're not sure what the food tastes like, but it probably doesn't matter too much.

Bring a cat along as your dining companion

Hapi Cat, Tokyo, Japan

There are at least a dozen cat-friendly cafes around Japan, where feline companions are apparently held in very high regard.

We were partial to the website of Hapi Cat, where the waitstaff also appears to be made up of kitties.

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