Baffled diners share the strangest ways restaurants serve their meals
Don’t they have records? Baffled diners share the strangest ways restaurants serve their meals – from salad served on a toy dinosaur to green beans in a shoe
- Diners from around the world shared photos of their weirdest restaurant meals
- Bored Panda compiled the hilarious images into an online gallery
- Below is a photo of spring rolls being served in a tiny shopping cart
- Another image shows a diner’s meal packaged in a hollow ceramic iguana
For many restaurateurs, it’s not just about how their food tastes, it’s also about how it looks.
But in trying to push visual culinary boundaries, some foodies from around the world went too far when these stunning images were collated in one gallery Bored panda Show.
Perhaps in an attempt to be original, the creators of these dishes decided to use some unusual items as serving dishes, including a ceramic iguana and a giant ice cube.
And it doesn’t stop there. Other items used in place of plates include a ceramic iguana and a wooden hand.
Here, FEMAIL rounds up some of the worst food serving mistakes…
This US restaurant took a creative approach to serving green beans, opting to put them in a shoe rather than using a more traditional plate
While it might be an unusual serving choice, these spring rolls, served in a miniature shopping trolley at a London restaurant, have been described as “adorable” by many social media users
Well that’s something you don’t see every day! This restaurant went without plates to place this salad on a dinosaur toy
A pizzeria in the US decided to make the box just as tasty as the pizza inside by making it out of dough instead of traditional cardboard
Why use crockery when you can use a replica baroque mirror? That seems to be the policy at this restaurant, believed to be in Canada
Surely that VHS copy of The Bodyguard used in place of a serving plate at this Canadian restaurant is almost antique at the time?
Serving food in a hollowed-out ceramic iguana is certainly an original and unexpected touch – although it left guests wondering why?
Anyone trying this dish, a single shrimp served on a plate full of stones, should be careful not to get stuck in one of the stones and break a tooth (or two).
Body shot? Snapped at a cocktail bar in New York, this martini comes complete with a small portion of caviar balanced on a wooden hand
Iced Coffee: Maybe this way of serving iced coffee in a giant ice cube should catch on – it looks delicious and refreshing
Most people like their Greek salad ingredients mixed in a salad bowl, but this deconstructed option is a little more complicated
The marine theme is strong in this dish, which uses beach stones as a platter for an array of seafood
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