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The Toilet Restaurant
I once heard that you shouldn't eat in the bathroom. I don't know if that's true, but here's a twist. How about eating out of a bowl that looks like a toilet while you sit on seat that looks like a toilet? If that's not enough toilet for you, dishes are also shaped like urinals and bathtubs. My friend Tom Barlow over at Blogging Stocks gave me the heads up on this one.
Leave it to someone in Taiwan to think of this and open a chain of them. The restaurants named Marton--Chinese for toilet--are popular with families with kids and young people. I can see the attraction. Novelty is key. Apparently, the food is also worth going back for. And if you like the idea of toilet dinnerware, you can pick up a ceramic toilet bowl on the way out. Unfortunately, the chain opened after I moved so I've never had the pleasure. I have some friends who still live in Taiwan who have probably eaten there. I wouldn't be surprised if Hsinchu, the city I lived in, doesn't have a Marton in a couple locations.
Here's another post with wonderful photographs I found at 2dayBlog.