Food-O-Rama: Restaurant Where Every Meal Is A Surprise

Last year I discovered an international café where you receive whatever meal the person before Food-O-Rama Mystery MealsFood-O-Rama Mystery Mealsyou ordered, so the food and drink you receive is always a surprise. For those risk-taking diners, there's a sit down restaurant that's comparable, and it sounds like things might get a little crazy!

A Chinese Restaurant called Food-O-Rama has diners order based on how hungry they are or how drunk they'd like to get. Meal options are small, medium or large, and the menu offers alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks. From there, it's a big surprise what's going to show up at your table.

Naturally, this isn't a dining experience for those with food allergies or dietary restrictions. And it's an even bigger mystery, because despite reviews that indicate Food-O-Rama is American, I can't figure out where the darn restaurant is located. So once we solve that mystery you can move onto the mystery meal. The point is, it's an interesting concept for brave diners!

Via: Half Bakery

Feb 7, 2010
by Anonymous

"The Halfbakery is a

"The Halfbakery is a communal database of original, fictitious inventions, edited by its users. It was created by people who like to speculate, both as a form of satire and as a form of creative expression."

Reviews? From the Halfbakery? Was this just an attempt to get people to visit their site?

I thought Inventorspot was supposed to be stories ABOUT inventions, not stories that ARE inventions.

I like your disclaimer at the end about it being an interesting concept (which, I agree) but the "meat" of the article that makes it sound as if it's a reality...not so much.

Feb 7, 2010
by Anonymous


So the first order of the day sets the menu? ie:
First customer has pie
2: pie
3: pie
etc. etc.