Just What The Dietician Ordered: The Clinic, Singapore

We’ve all read about restaurants that try to mimic bedrooms, tents, the outdoors, even eateries totally void of light with visually-impaired waitstaff. But now I’ve seen everything.

The Clinic in Singapore is two floors and 15,000 square feet of interlocking rooms with an entire floor of “hospital chic.” With pop art by Damien Hirst, hospital whites, kidney shaped surgical pans for bowls, and test tubes for beverages, it’s stunning to see. You’ll sit in wheelchairs, too.

The other floor has bars, a place to dance, plus a store to buy merchandise. Read more at TheCoolHunter.com.

Posted by Gil Zeimer on January 18, 2007 in Food

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