Asia, Hong Kong
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The Modern Toilet Restaurant @ Hong Kong

When my friend told me about the toilet-themed restaurant in Hong Kong, I decided this was something I needed to see for myself- if only just for the photo opportunities. As we sat down, it was pretty easy to tell that we were in the right place:  there were pipes, urinals and decorative toilet seats on the walls, the tables were sinks with a glass top and we sat on toilets. Part of the restaurant was also  designed to look like a shower room. The food was served in miniature loos and basins and, I have to say, it didn’t taste great- but what the food lacked in taste, the restaurant made up for in sheer novelty-value. Although, they seemed to have run out of quite a bit of food. We had unlimited cake and ice cream but sadly the only flavours of ice cream were taro (a kind of purple potato thing), coffee (which I didn’t like at the time but, since my time at university, necessity has made me a coffee-fan) and sesame. We didn’t really order much dessert.

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13 Comments

  1. I wish I had known about this place when I visited HK in february! I love novelty restaurants. I suppose it gives me yet another excuse to visit again!!!

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  2. Kind of disappointing the food wasn’t amazing as well. All the decor, dishes, and table look extraordinary. Was there a real bathroom there that you saw?

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    • I have to say, I was a bit disappointed by that as well but it was worth going just for the pictures. There must have been an actual bathroom there somewhere but I don’t think I saw it!

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  3. Never been to HK but I’ve heard about this toilet-themed restaurant before. My imagination’s so vivid that I can’t imagine actually eating here, maybe to accompany someone and have photos taken too, yes. 🙂 Nice blog by the way! 🙂

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    • Thanks for the comment! I think there are a few toilet-themed restaurants in different countries. The food wasn’t amazing but it was worth going just to get the photos!

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