Would you like some poop with that? A toilet themed restaurant in Taipei

Taipei is known for it’s themed restaurants. One of the most popular being a restaurant called Modern Toilet. By the name of it, you can only imagine what the theme is.

I have read about this on numerous blogs so I had to go and see for myself. Yes, the curry really does come served in a toilet bowl. And yes, those seats really are toilets!
Here are some photos from the meal.

Enjoy!!!

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A family friendly restaurant!

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Chicken curry in a toilet boil.  The swirl of poop is actually just a cover for a bowl of salad.

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A swirl of ice cream in a squat toilet.  Fairly reminiscent of my train rides in China

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In case you ever wondered what your friends looked like in the bathroom!

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Of course there is a poop statue – it is Taipei! Everything is made cute!

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You can check out the restaurant by going to www.moderntoilet.com.tw

It’s so popular they had to open more locations!

Would you eat at this themed restaurant??

Update: While walking around Cijin Island near Kaohsiung, I came across this ice cream stand!  More poop shaped ice cream in little squat toilets!

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10 thoughts on “Would you like some poop with that? A toilet themed restaurant in Taipei

  1. Novel concept – mind you, dining like royalty implies eating while on the ‘throne” :-)

    If the dining area looks like the washroom, what does the washroom area look like?

  2. That’s actually so funny, and strange too!
    I saw someone post it on 9gag a few weeks back and I wasn’t sure if you’d be interested ha-ha but there you are!!

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