The flood-hit restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand has become an unlikely dining hotspot after fun-loving foodies began flocking to its water-logged deck to eat amid the lapping tide.
The restaurant opened in February in a riverside location that perfectly complements its antique architecture and décor.
Instead of vacant tables the “Chaopraya Antique Café” is as full as ever, offering an experience the owner has re-branded as “hot-pot surfing.”
Customers of the riverside restaurant enjoy themselves despite the extraordinary high water levels in the Chao Phraya River in Nonthaburi, near Bangkok.
The wait staff — some clad in rubber boots — step gingerly through the swirl that rises to more than 50 centimeters.