Season 1 - Episode 5
Prehistorical Royal Dining
World’s Weirdest Restaurants takes you to “Giligin’s” in Arizona where little people serve big portions of anything deep-fried and delicious. Then we’re off to Taipei where classic Taiwanese cuisine is served up with traditional fire-breathing puppets. In the Czech Republic’s “Pravek” we’ll eat meat, meat and more meat, brought to the table by a caveman in a prehistoric cave dwelling. We’ll end up in England at “The Puddding Club” where you don’t have to finish your dinner in order to have dessert—in fact there’s no main course at all—just seven glorious courses of celebrated British puddings.