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Magic Restroom Cafe Serves up Crappy Food

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There’s just something incredibly wrong about eating while you’re in the bathroom, especially when you’re taking a dump. Toilet-related activities and eating just don’t mix, but that’s exactly what the Magic Restroom Cafe wants to change your mind about, because that’s the theme the unusual restaurant is going with.

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Inspired by the Modern Toilet restaurant in Taipei, this one offers equally crappy food. Not crappy as in “not delicious,” but crappy as in “poop-themed.” Diners are seated on non-functioning toilet seats that they have to sit on opened if they want a backrest. For those who prefer more comfort when they’re dining, there are regular plush seats on the opposite end of the table.

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Eater LA also reports that a lot of the food (which has gross names like ‘black poop’ (chocolate sundae), ‘smells-like-poop’ (braised pork over rice), ‘constipation’ (zha jiang mian),” and ‘bloody number two’ (vanilla-strawberry sundae) is served in little ceramic toilet bowls.

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Honestly, the food doesn’t sound appetizing. While the presentation is fun, I have a feeling the thought of eating out of a miniature toilet is enough to make some people queasy.

What do you think?

[via Eater via Geekologie]



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