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Take a Look at the World's Biggest Chinese Restaurant
China is a big country with a big culinary tradition. So it's probably not surprising that it is home to the world's biggest Chinese restaurant. 
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98 Unique Restaurants around the World
Take your pick of our round up of chilly, hot, high and underwater dining venues around the world and set your culinary pulse racing!
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Amazing Restaurants: 6 Stunning Restaurants for Thrill Seekers
Suspended in the sky of Brussels, on a volcano or under the sea: here are the 6 most thrilling restaurants in the world to visit at least once.
Europe to Get First First Underwater Restaurant
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Europe to Get First First Underwater Restaurant
'Under' will offer diners stunning underwater views and double as a marine research centre when it opens in early 2019.
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10 Revolving Restaurants Worldwide
If you have a head for heights, why not rise above it all and spend the evening dining against the backdrop of 360 degree panoramic views.
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8 Shipping Container Restaurants and Bars
Shipping containers make the ideal home for an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars, from intimate restaurants to hip urban hangouts.
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8 Romantic Restaurants in Paris
Looking for a gourmet restaurant in Paris to impress your other half? Discover our select addresses for all budgets and tastes where romance will prevail.
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11 London Afternoon Teas with a Twist
When in the UK capital try taking in tea time with a twist, from a vintage bus tour complete with cakes to bird's-eye city views and boutique tea.
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6 Favourite Floating Restaurants in Europe
Fancy wining and dining on the water? Take your pick of these top floating restaurants in Europe.
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Fine Dining Goes 16 Feet Underwater
Intrepid diners get to feast 16 feet underwater in a new fine dining pod where the dress code is swimwear.