• Customers relax in the "Hitler's Cross" restaurant on the outskirts of Mumbai August 22, 2006. The new restaurant in India's financial hub, named after Adolf Hitler and promoted with posters showing the German leader and Nazi swastikas, has infuriated the country's small Jewish community.Reuters
  • A waitress poses inside an egg-shaped dining booth at an A380 theme restaurant during a media event before its official opening in Chongqing municipality, April 25, 2012. The restaurant, named "Special Enjoyment" (Chinese name "Special Class"), is about 600 square metres in size, including the six private rooms, and can serve up to 110 customers, local media reported. The restaurant officially started business on May 1, 2012.Reuters
  • A Thai waiter wears a condom over his head while serving a cocktail at the Cabbages and Condoms restaurant in Bangkok. A Thai waiter wears a condom over his head while serving a cocktail as a patron looks on at the Cabbages and Condoms restaurant in Bangkok on July 8, 2004. The restaurant, founded by Mechai Viravaidya, better known as "Mr Condom," aims to educate the public about safe sex.Reuters
  • A group of 22 Belgian chefs enjoy a plate of oysters at a table suspended by crane 50 metres above Brussels traffic.Reuters
  • Customers play cards on toilet seats at a toilet-themed restaurant in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong province.Reuters
  • In this false color infrared flashed time exposure image, customers Megan Phares (L), Jamey Titone, (2nd L), Stephanie Wandke (2nd R), and Bonnie Titone (R) experience dining in complete darkness at Opaque in West Hollywood. In this weekly dining experience, guests are served a three course gourmet meal in a pitch black dining room by blind waiters.Reuters
  • British set designer Tony Hornecker prepares dinner at his restaurant "The Pale Blue Door" in Berlin, September 12, 2010. A British set designer has taken his love for art, added some food, and opened a temporary pop-up restaurant -- made with scrap materials scavenged from the streets -- in one of Berlin's central community gardens. Tony Hornecker, the mastermind behind the thriving shanty town-style restaurant "The Pale Blue Door", said that he does not make any profits with his fanciful underground restaurant, but feels that he is giving Berlin a unique attraction.Reuters
  • Guests have dinner at a new event venue which offers "Dinner in the Sky" for guests seated around a table that is lifted by a crane in Berlin August 22, 2008. Guests are secured by a six-point harness as they eat a four-course menu. Photo taken with a fish-eye lens.Reuters
  • Heart Attack Grill owner Jon poses with a quadruple bypass cheese burger in Chandler, Arizona June 17, 2009. The restaurant is known for its hospital theme and triple and quadruple bypass burgers.Reuters
  • An ice-cream is displayed at a toilet-themed restaurant in Beijing. September 9, 2009. The restaurant, one of its kind in Beijing since its opening in June, 2009, is decorated entirely with toilet items, customers sit on toilet seats and food is served in miniature toilet bowls and bathtubs .Reuters
  • A group of nudists eat together at a "Clothing Optional Dinner" at a New York City restaurant, February 17, 2005. The diners arrived on a cold Thursday night looking remarkably respectable and stripped off scarves, hats and coats. They didn't stop there. Sweaters, shirts, skirts, pants, underwear all end up stashed in a plastic bag by the bar. This is the monthly "Clothing Optional Dinner" for a group of nudists who wanted something a bit more elegant than the wilderness getaways and beach resorts they generally frequent. Around 30 people arrived for the buffet dinner - no hot soup on the menu - most of them middle-aged, several married couples, some singles, the youngest perhaps in their 30s. Health regulations mean staff must remain clothed even if they wanted to join in. And diners must bring something to sit on - a towel or, for discerning women, an elegant silk scarf.Reuters
  • A diner has his meal on toilet seats at a toilet-themed restaurant in Hangzhou in Zhejiang province June 29, 2008. The restaurant, which opened on June 1, features toilet seats as dining chairs and food served in miniature bathtubs and toilet bowls. Picture taken June 29, 2008.Reuters
  • A waitress dressed in nurse uniform serves a drink to a customers with a drip at a hospital-themed restaurant in Taipei March 18, 2009.Reuters
  • An employee pours boiling water into a pot at a restaurant built with ice cubes during the 28th Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in Harbin, Heilongjiang province January 6, 2012.Reuters
  • A man named "Kia" dressed as a maid cleans up a table as his colleagues serve customers at "Hibaritei" cafe in Tokyo's Akihabara district April 12, 2008. The cafe, which servers are all men dressed as maids, only opens its door on an irregular basis at various locations in Akihabara district, once merely a Mecca for electronics buffs but now the centre of the capital's "nerd culture".Reuters

If an ice-cream or a meal served in toilet bowls isn't enough for you then don't worry, there are at least a dozen more weird and strangely themed restaurants around the world to gasp at.

Restaurants with themes ranging from humorous to scary have popped up all over the world, but most are to be found in Japan and China.    

Click here to see 15 of the weirdest and wackiest themed restaurants from around the world. 

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