Strange Restaurants

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Ihawan2, a Filipino restaurant in Queens, serves up balut, an egg that opens to reveal a partially-developed duck embryo.
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Typhoon Restaurant, a California Asian fusion restaurant at the Santa Monica Airport, serves up silkworm larvae, scorpions and crickets.
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Nyotaimori, meaning literally "female body plate," is sushi served on a naked woman. In the U.S., you'll find it at Hadaka Sushi in Los Ange…
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Got a hankering for cod sperm? Then it's time to visit Zenkichi in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn.
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Houston's Feast serves Scottish haggis, made of lamb's windpipe, lungs, heart and liver stuffed with filler and spices in a sheep's stomach.…
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Inaka Restaurant in Los Angeles serves natto, a stinky, gooey preparation of rotten soybeans that is not without its dedicated following.
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You can get the popular Mexican dish chapulines, or fried grasshopper, at Hugo's in Houston.
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Ornella Trattoria in Queens serves casu marzu, a Sardinian cheese that contains live fly larvae, to daring customers.
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The San Angel Inn in Mexico City serves a dish made of escamole, ant eggs harvested from agave plants.
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Bardo, in Norfolk, Virginia, serves oven-baked Cambodian tarantula for dessert, among many other wince-inducing specialties.