Friday, October 8, 2010

Weird Canadian Restaurants

Whether you’re a visitor to Canada or a local looking for someplace new and different to go out for dinner, check out some of these new and unique options for a dinner you won’t soon forget! Behold the craziest Canadian restaurants.

O.NOIR Restaurant (Montreal, Que.)




O.NOIR is Canada’s first restaurant to invite you to dine in the dark! With not a ray gone astray, your visual sense essentially shuts down, heightening your other senses. Notable beneficiaries? Your taste buds. The blind staff will keep you safe and savouring all evening long.


Garlic’s of London (London, Ont.)




Try some garlic martinis, cream of garlic soup, garlic ice-cream, even garlic cloves dipped in chocolate. Garlic’s of London reflects the widespread appeal of garlic dishes with its range of international cuisine. Bring mints.


The Haunted House (Montreal, Que.)




Situated roughly 25 minutes from the west island of Montreal, this creepy Victorian house offers a wealth of entertainment with your meal. A spirit welcomes you to this unforgettable dinner theatre experience.


The Salt Tasting Room (Gastown, B.C.)




The Salt Tasting Room is a restaurant with no chef. Nestled in cobbled streets, this restaurant casually offers a selection of cold plates. Guests assemble a tasting plate from a selection of 10 cheeses, 10 meats, and 10 condiments. The selections are regularly rotated so regulars never get bored.


Le Spirite Lounge (Montreal, Que.)




Le Spirite Lounge is a vegan restaurant with rules: everyone who crosses the threshold must:

* Finish their meal to get dessert
* Finish dessert, or they can never go back.

59 comments:

  1. I'd like to go to eat at Garlic's!

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  2. sweet, i wish they had restaurants like that where i lived.

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  3. I would love to visit the haunted house!

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  4. the haunted house place looks amazing. as a chef I would love to cook there!

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  5. I'd also like to visit the haunted house restaurant

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  6. Hey im from Montreal myself. I know a couple of those places, thanks for the reviews though, i'll go visit some more

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  7. Oooh, maybe I should go to the Salt Tasting room.. I live in Vancouver. Is it expensive?

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  8. Heh. I'm in Canada, never seen those before though.

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  9. awesome post! Im canadian, ill check out the salt tasting room sometime haha

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  10. id love to eat at some of those places

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  11. nice work here... btw, I have Hayden Panetierre bubbled on Enhanced by MS Paint :P

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  12. Never been to Canada. Though these definitely look like places to visit.

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  13. I've never been to Canada. Though these look like excellent places to visit when I do.

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  14. Canada look sawesome! I wanna go there :(

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  15. looks interesting, i plan on visiting canada next spring

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  16. Some of that sounds good...some not so much. As with all locations I guess.

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  17. I'd like to go to a canadian restaurant someday.

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  18. haha weird wish i could visit such a restaurant

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  19. "The Salt Tasting Room (Gastown, B.C.)" I gotta find this place. Sounds like a German lunch. Bunch of cold meats wooot

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  20. This is really cool wish i could go to canada, keep it up looking forward to more.

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  21. Looks like you have some crazy restaurants there!

    Canada is one of the countries that i'd like to visit, maybe when i will i'll also remember about those places =P

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  22. Want to try some of these places out now... Hope their food is good

    http://quarterqwerty.blogspot.com/

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  23. That dark dining restaurant seems cool but that last one can kiss my ass. I dont care if its vegan but it cant make me be hungry.

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  24. Love Garlic, I'll go there lol

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  25. I'll make sure to keep these in mind if I ever visit.

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  26. i want to go to the salt tasting room

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  27. Thanks for the comments on my last blog post!

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  28. first time visiting your blog.
    loving it so far.

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  29. Really weird places, I'd love to visit them!

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  30. I liked the garlic one for some reason haha

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  31. That haunted restaurant looks so cool, hope the staff is dressed like zombies or shit like that :D

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  32. Wow, these concepts actually do work! It's always nice to see innovative concepts.

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  33. My brother lives around there, says its great.

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  34. I just got done with my GTL session this morning, and I was amused by your post... keep up the solid work!

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  35. Umm... what are the prices though? It's not like we're all billinaires here, even though we wear a shirt that say that

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  36. Dining in the dark.. what... i like the haunted house one

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  37. will do. if i ever cross the border.

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  38. That garlic place seems awesome. i love garlic.

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