There are restaurants and there are restaurants that totally sweep you off your feet with their grandeur, view, interiors and unique appeal. They are so awesome that you will totally forget what you are eating or probably even who you are with (that’s not such a nice thing for the other person, is it?).

From a restaurant located inside the Eiffel Tower to one that is nestled in a grotto at the edge of a coast, there’s just not limit to people’s imagination and creation when it comes to dining.

Here’s our handy list to the world’s most spectacular restaurants that will make your jaw hit the floor in amazement. Be prepared to get dazzled!

1. Grotta Palazzese, Italy

Grotta Palazzese is all about the experience of dining in the midst of nature in an intriguing grotto. There are two humongous apertures swept awash by the sea, the result of which is this massive hall that has been cleverly converted into a fine dining experience.

This was once the regal venue that hosted many of Bari’s sought after balls and wedding receptions. Today, there’s a single unusual restaurant that wows tourists with its unusual appeal.

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  1. The Sierra Mar restaurant is at the Post Ranch Inn on Hwy 1 just south of Big Sur, CA. I have eaten there before and it is not in San Francisco.

  2. Hello,
    I did not write that article. However, from what I can tell, there was once a restaurant in SF named that as well which is now named after the owner. So, what all do you like about the website?

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  4. Hi!
    Oh, yes, it’s a cool place. I believe I wrote about it in another article. It just did not make the cut for this one due to word count.
    Thanks for your comment and your support!

  5. You missed Vertigo in the Banyan Tree Hotel, Bangkok. It claims to be the tallest open roof restaurant in the world. It is on the roof of the Banyan Tree, 50-60 floors up.

  6. Oddly, that name sounds familiar. It might have been on the original list and cut due to word count limitations. I don’t usually go back and reread articles once they’re published to be honest.
    Thnaks for the comment and your support!

  7. Hello,
    Thanks for your comment and praise. I personally enjoy writing sequels, but that decision is not mine to make.


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