China’s Unoffical League of Legends Resteraunt Opens
You guys know me–I’m a League of Legends fan. It’s my game of choice when I have free time and no proper console system to play on (OOH PC BURN), so I’m always at least keeping an eye on League of Legends news to report on this fine site. Well, as it turns out, I’ve caught wind of something both amazing and surreal with DEMACIA: The League of Legends themed restaurant.
(Photo Credits to MMOCultre)
Thanks to the way China operates, Western Copyright laws don’t have much bite, or at least the effort it takes to enforce often isn’t worth it–this allows China to get away with all sorts of fun knockoffs, including the famous World of Warcraft theme park. Well, just recently, another gaming-themed attraction has opened it’s doors in China–as the title suggests, it’s a League of Legends restaurant.
The restaurant boasts a menu based off the champions in the league, such as “Alistar T-Bone Steak” and “Anivia Chicken Breast”, which suggests that you’re cannibalizing your favorite heroes. In addition to dishes like “Braised Renekton Thigh” and “Braised Cassiopeia”, you can also go to their bar for beverages fashioned after the red and blue potions from the game.
Finally, if you’re a real League player, you can play a match or two at the restaurant for a chance to win discounts and other prizes. They’re all set up on TV’s and everything, it looks super neat.
Feel free to check out the photo credits for all the pictures, because I assure you there’s a lot–if any of you plan on visiting China anytime soon, why not pop in for a visit? It’s not often you’d get the chance to eat a champion, but I’d avoid the “Braised Rammus”–I heard it only tastes ok.