Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Briefly: Feeling Adventurous? Try Eating At The Peak Of A Dormant Volcano

Just incase you've run out of problems to solve and you know, out of boredom will like to feel some adrenaline rush, I have a fantastic idea for you. 

At El Diablo situated on the island of Lanzarote, just off the coast of Spain, Lanzarote Restaurant is serving some mouth-watering dishes but there's a catch - they use hot vapour from a dormant volcano to prepare their delicacies. The dormant volcano generates 450 - 500 degrees Celsius of geothermal heat and was converted with nine layers of volcanic basalt rock to form their grill.  The restaurant, located on the very top of a volcano continues to attract visitors from around the globe.

Worries about an eruption? Relax. The last time the volcano erupted was in 1824. And yes, scientists and volcanologists were consulted to check the unusual food cooking method and they have declared it safe.

Do send pictures when you do visit alright? :)

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