It’s pretty normal to queue for an hour or more for a decent Montreal brunch as I did here at Arthurs Nosh Bar but it’s so much more worth it when there’s an awesome restroom
I’d never heard of Gudetama before until it was recommended to me on Reddit that I visit the Gudetama Chef Cafe while in Taipei. I pretty much went in blind not knowing what to expect and was highly amused to find that said character was a lazy, depressed egg yolk, created by Sanrio, the Japanese company who brought Hello Kitty to the world.
Their egg-themed restroom definitely didn’t disappoint, nor did the chicken pizza I ordered which was covered with a thick, fluffy layer of egg white… mmm
On my first night in Taiwan I went with a group of 10 students studying Mandarin to a hot pot restaurant in the university district of Tainan. Despite the rusty communication between us and the waitress we managed to order a feast.
Lov on Montreal’s de la Montagne serves some pretty delicious vegan & vegetarian fare and I lov (ha!) that the theme continues when you enter the men’s room.
One of Toilography’s favourite restaurants in Montreal is Mozza Pâtes et Passions. This was my third visit in just as many years – I keep returning not only for their open & experimental take on Italian cuisine (where else can you get linguine with porto & goats cheese on the menu?) but for the ultimate dessert: the famous DISCO TOILET!!
I’ve seen a number of disco toilets over the years but this fabulous loo at Mozza remains my #1 🙂