by Low Lai Chow in New Food and Packaging on Saturday 29 March 2014

Would you dine amidst graves and coffins? In India, a restaurant built around a Muslim cemetery has been seeing brisk business. According to the owner of the New Lucky Restaurant, who wanted to keep the graves intact instead of ripping them out when he built the eatery, the customers appreciate the unique experience and don’t seem to mind.

The graves, which number about a dozen, are well-maintained by the restaurant staff. ‘We begin our day by paying respects to the graves. We wipe them and cover them with cloth and also shower flowers on them. It is important to respect the dead,’ said the owner. Sounds win-win.

Via Daily Mail