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Crazy Toilet Cafe in Moscow

Moscow has opened newest eatery, which  can be called as ‘Crazy Toilet Cafe’. The place provides highly realistic toilet-themed dining experience to its cusotmers. The dishes are shaped like faecal shaped and they are served in miniature lavatories and urinals!

The cafe, was opened late last month famous Arbat street. The cafe features about 50 real toilet bowls on which people site to eat. Everything in the cafe is made to look like toilet. According to Cafe management they want to provide a different experience to their customers.


crazy toiled cafe

“We think people will walk past, think ‘What on Earth is that?’ and then come in to check it out,” said Inga Yaroslavskaya, general manager of Crazy Toilet Cafe. “It’s not everywhere that you can eat good food from a toilet bowl and drink from a urinal at very reasonable prices.”


The lunch at crazy toilet cafe costs about 500 roubles ($8) per person, and it includes  a creamy, brown mushroom soup served in a toilet bowl, poop-shaped sausage.  The is no option to escape from the nasty toilet option even healthy green tea as served as a disturbingly yellowish liquid  like urine tiny white toilet bowl.

toilet eat

The cafe can be easily mistaken as a toilet, full of  faeces-themed cartoons on the walls.


Crazy Toilet Cafe is first of its kind in Europe. It is owned by creative Owned by Alexander Donskoi, who previously ran a G-spot sex museum in Moscow. All kinds of people are welcomed in the cafeas long as they behave civilly.


“We opened a strange restaurant, so it’s natural that some strange people might want to come.”


The cafe has good response from customers who are coming to eat here.  A customer said “There is a great atmosphere. It is relaxing and funny.”


Another Said: “I have never seen anything like it before. But it is fascinating and interesting to visit and try. And in general, one can return again because the food here is delicious.”


Photos: VK/Cafe Crazy Toilet

Sources: The Guardian, Reuters

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