Can you eat with your platter served on a coffin? How about using a toilet commode instead as the dining table? These are the themes of some weird restaurants in the world.
Vampire Cafe, Tokyo
In the Vampire Cafe, a gothic themed restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo, waitresses are dressed in dark French maid outfits and waiters wear tuxedos as if they work for Count Dracula. Food is served in coffin-shaped dishes. Thirsty! You can drink Vampire’s Blood cocktail.
The Hellfire Club, UK
According to Wikipedia: The Hellfire Club was a name for several exclusive clubs for high society rakes established in Britain and Ireland in the 18th century. These clubs were rumoured to be the meeting places of “persons of quality” who wished to take part in immoral acts. The most infamous club associated with the name was established in England by Sir Francis Dashwood, and met irregularly from around 1749 to around 1760, and possibly up until 1766.
I don’t think the modern Hellfire Club has anything to do with the old ones that have a long article in Wikipedia. The modern club is a hangout place if you like horror movies. Skeletons can be found all over the club.
If you enjoy potty jokes, the Modern Toilet restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan might be a fun place to eat for you. Here you have toilet commodes and urinals as your seats and table. The crockery is also based on the loo. Some of the dishes look like fresh poop which has been de-odoured. If you have a bad case of blocked nose, you might end up confusing fresh poop with food.