World’s Weirdest Restaurants is Bob Blumer’s newest series, and well, it’s exactly what it sounds like. From dining with nudists in New York City to getting served by macaque monkeys in Japan and eating curry out of toilet bowls in Taiwan, there’s nothing this host won’t do.
"We spent six months circumnavigating the globe in search of mind-bending, jaw-dropping restaurants. I dined in a rabbit hole, a prison cell and a laundromat, and was served by monkeys, cross-dressers and Neanderthals," says the Canadian gastronaut. "I’ve definitely eaten at some crazy places in my life, but nothing compares to what viewers are going to see in this new series."
With World’s Weirdest Restaurants, even your favorite dinner will seem vanilla. Because once you’ve been spoon-fed in an eatery, dined as a faux prisoner or chomped on bee larvae, everything else is just plain Boring—with a capital B.
In conjunction with the show, Blumer is also hosting pop-up restaurants at the Drake Hotel in Toronto and the Waldorf Hotel in Vancouver on Monday, March 26 and Wednesday, March 28, respectively.
Get your zany on with World’s Weirdest Restaurants, which premieres on Wednesday, April 4 at 9 and 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on Food Network Canada.
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