“There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” Author George Bernard Shaw had famously said, an idiom that all foodies and gourmands would clap along with. The caveman grilled his meat and tore it. The Romans did eat the dormice (a rodent); the rich in medieval England preferred the cooked animals served intact, with heads, feet and tails; people happily pay $ 63,000 for a pound of ambergris (intestinal slurry of a sperm whale); the French had Rôti Sans Pareil, a dish consisting of no less than 17 birds stuffed inside one another. Humans have strange food habits. And a few strange restaurants. Here are a few from around the world.