Indian Restaurant Lets You Dine Next to Dead Bodies

You know what's been sorely missing in the restaurant industry? Rotting corpses! There is not a single joyous event that would not be made, uh, more joyous by being constantly reminded of your own impending death. A restaurant in India has finally decided to do something about it, thus ending the tyranny of constantly being surrounded by the living as you eat.

The New Lucky Restaurant, located in Ahmedaba, is filled to the brim with coffins and rests over an ancient Muslim cemetery. This isn't for goths, however. According to Indian customs, it's good luck to dine with the deceased. Besides surrounding itself with the dead, the eatery is known for their milky tea and butter rolls.

The restaurant has been around since the 1950s and the business shows no signs of slowing down.

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