Restaurants are a place to unwind and spend quality time with your loved ones. However, there are a few that take the concept of ambience to a whole new level. Set against breathtakingly beautiful backdrops, it is guaranteed that moments spent at these one-of-a-kind restaurants will remain with us forever.
#1 Labasin Waterfalls Restaurant, Philippines
The restaurant sits at the foot of the Labasin Falls where guests can enjoy local cuisine at handmade bamboo tables while clear spring water runs over their feet.
#2 Veli Lake Floating Restaurant, India
Veli is a picturesque village sandwiched between the Veli lagoon and the Arabian Sea. The lake features a floating restaurant and a floating bridge that connects the tourist village with the beach.
#3 Le Panoramic in Chamonix, France
The remote alpine retreat, which sits at 6,725 feet above sea level, overlooks snow-covered mountaintops that include Mont Blanc, giving you a truly panoramic view.
#4 Grotta Palazzese, Italy
Grotta Palazzese is an exclusive restaurant located in a natural cave with stunning views over the Adriatic, warm breeze, and world-class dining.
#5 Aescher in Wasserauen, Switzerland
Literally built into a cliff, and offering amazing views of St. Gallen and Lake Constance, this gorgeous restaurant is over 150 years old.
#6 Redwoods Treehouse, New Zealand
A striking pod-shaped structure built ten metres high in a redwood tree near Warkworth, north of Auckland, New Zealand. A unique tree-top location for dinner parties and private functions.
#7 Fangweng in Yichang, China
Hanging off the side of a cliff, the restaurant offers a breathtaking view of its natural surroundings to locals and tourists brave enough to set foot in it.
#8 Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives
Located five metres below the surface of the Indian Ocean, Ithaa is the world’s first undersea restaurant which offers 180-degree panoramic views of the vibrant coral gardens surrounding it.
#9 Soneva Kiri Resort, Thailand
This resort is surrounded by an untamed jungle and pristine beaches on the island of Koh Kood, Thailand. From a dining treepod to an overwater movie theatre, everything at this island hideaway is over the top.
#10 Ali Barbour’s Cave Restaurant, Kenya
The Ali Barbour’s Cave is thought to be between 120,000 and 180,000 years old. The natural coral cave compromises a series of interlinking chambers at depths of up to 10 metres below ground level, opened to the sky.