Can't get enough airplane food in your diet?
A new theme restaurant in Chongqing, China will give you the jumbo jet experience without leaving the ground. The restaurant's called DC seafood restaurant (or 'Super-class Restaurant') and it's designed to look like the cabin of a luxury A380 jumbo airbus.
The double-wide, 4-engine A380 -- dubbed the 'Superjumbo' -- is the largest jet airliner in the world and flown by airlines like Air France, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Qantas, Lufthansa, and China Southern.
To emulate the look and feel of a Superjumbo, DC seafood restaurant has windows that look just like plane windows, the seats recline, the carpets look just like the plane carpets that toddlers love to play and drool on, and even the cabin lighting is inspired by the A380 jet airliner. The 600 square metre restaurant has 28 tables, six private rooms, and can seat up to 100 customers.
To complete the in-flight illusion, the servers look and talk like flight attendants and pilots. But it wasn't easy. According to Oddity Central, DC's servers "had to go through a series of courses on how to apply their make up and act just like actual stewardesses".