At Modern Toilet, you should avoid judging your meal by how it looks — dinner here is served to you in a toilet. This Taipei seats diners on porcelain bowls at sink tables, offering menu items such as Korean kimchi hot pot or beef curry, served in Western-style toilet bowls, and ice cream swirls delivered to diners in squat toilets. If you're looking to try the toilet-dining crazy but not leave the U.S., a Los Angeles suburb has become the home of the first toilet-themed restaurant in the U.S.
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Every year thousands of stray cats and dogs are snatched up from the streets of Ho Chi Minh City (and even from neighboring towns in Thailand) and sold to local restaurants and street food vendors in the Vietnamese capital. The demand for dog meat is, in fact, so high that it’s the center of a . Dog meat can sell for around $10 per kilogram and is used for dishes like dog stew, served warm in a soup of blood. Other dishes served are barbecued dog with lemongrass and ginger, steamed dog with shrimp-paste sauce, dog entrails sliced thin like sausage, and skewered dog, marinated in chili and coriander.