Dining bare-foot while water rushes between your toes may not be everyone’s idea of fun, but those looking to avoid traditional white tablecloths, stuffy attire and fine dining etiquette, should head to the Philippines for a dining experience like no other.
Located on a former coconut plantation, the Labassin Waterfall Restaurant encourages hungry guests to take off their shoes and shirts to get as close to a roaring waterfall as possible.
The water washes over your feet as you eat from grass fringed buffet stations and bamboo dining tables serving up traditional Filipino delicacies including curries, BBQ fish, grilled chicken, egg rolls, (and plenty of water to wash it down, of course.)
Those of a more adventurous nature can even lean under the gushing falls between courses (you know, to really get a piece of the action).
Just getting to the restaurant is an adventure in itself. Guests can ride a water buffalo-drawn cart through the plantation, as Spanish singing guides serenade you with traditional Filipino tunes.
Located in the midst of the palatial Villa Escudero Resort, the plantation is the site of the Philippine's first hydroelectric dam - from which the waterfall draws its water.
This article originally appeared on 7Travel.