Restaurant Invites You To Work For Your Dinner
cough up: to give or pay money, often unwillingly
Have you ever felt that going out to eat at a restaurant was just too relaxing and convenient? Do you ever look at your dinner plate and think, “This was just too easy. Where’s the challenge?” A chain of restaurants in Japan might just have the answer.
Zauo Restaurant gives customers a fishing pole and the chance to catch their own dinner. You can catch your own fish sitting in an indoor boat next to a well-stocked pool. Once you have your catch, the chef prepares the fish to your liking. It can be sashimi, deep-fried fish, or you can cook it yourself on a grill at your table.
For those that are too lazy to fish for their dinner, you can order off the menu the old-fashioned way, but you’ll have to cough up 30% more when it’s time to pay the bill.
Watch the video below to see this unique dining experience.
1. My brother borrowed my bike and broke it. He didn’t want to, but finally, he coughed up the money to fix it.
2. I didn’t want to pay for the fast delivery, but I needed the package urgently, so I coughed up the extra cost.
3. The concert tickets were pricey, but I really wanted to see the band, so I coughed up the money.
Zauo Restaurant Website