Situated inside a 65 foot long coffin, the Eternity restaurant is owned and operated by two undertakers in the town of Truskavets.
The windowless exterior gives way to an (expectedly) dark interior; the decor inside features black walls and numerous wreaths.
Items on the menu continue the theme with salads named “Nine Day” and “Forty Day”, which references local mourning rituals. One of the more upbeat(?) dishes is “Let’s Meet In Paradise”.
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