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The Other Pete

That's disgusting!


@The Other Pete - The concept or the table talk?


It's a cool concept but not everyone could stomach it.


Okay, seriously, I could not eat there.


OMG, can you even imagine it?! I won't even watch ER or Dr. G because I sooooo need a break from abscesses, hernias, death and dying. Ewwwww!!!


ha ha, yes, I just walked past this place when I was in Singapore recently.

I took some great pics of some older men sitting in the wheelchairs/seats while dining... my friends were surprised when I showed them the pics and explained that these men were not actually wheelchair-users... it looked so convincing.

Also, like you showed in your last picture, the shots come in giant syringes which are places in big buckets on the table.

Apparently business is not that good at this place b/c Asian people think it's "bad luck" to eat at a hospital-themed place like this.

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