How would it feel dining in a prison restaurant?
Dining high in the air and dining underwater are old news. This time, it’s dining in “prison”!
has attracted scores of visitors after it began trial operations on Saturday in Hedong District, north #China’s#Tianjin Municipality.
Imitating various ‘lock-up’ styles, it features dining rooms in “ordinary” prison cells, “single cells” and a “water dungeon” that gives diners a glimpse of water torture devices.
According to the owner of the restaurant, it aims at reminding people to cherish life and keep away from crime. On its wall at the entrance, it writes “Cherish #freedom. Keep away from #crime.”
A collection of photos in the restaurant shows separated rooms of different sizes, surrounded by shackles and iron bars.
China’s restaurant industry has been getting creative in recent years in its drive to attract customers.
Earlier this month, an aquarium in north China’s Tianjin greeted visitors with a special “underwater” dining experience. In June, an “aerial restaurant” poised 50 meters in the air also went viral in Shanghai.
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