Fish nibble at the feet of diners in Indonesia having their lunch at Soto Cokro Kembang fish pool restaurant in Yogyakarta. The tables and chairs sit in ankle-deep water, home to thousands of Red Nile Tilapia fish that munch dead skin off the feet of diners. Photo: AFP Fish nibble at the feet of diners in Indonesia having their lunch at Soto Cokro Kembang fish pool restaurant in Yogyakarta. The tables and chairs sit in ankle-deep water, home to thousands of Red Nile Tilapia fish that munch dead skin off the feet of diners. Photo: AFP
Fish nibble at the feet of diners in Indonesia having their lunch at Soto Cokro Kembang fish pool restaurant in Yogyakarta. The tables and chairs sit in ankle-deep water, home to thousands of Red Nile Tilapia fish that munch dead skin off the feet of diners. Photo: AFP

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Unique Indonesian restaurant offers fish pedicures while you eat, with tables and chairs sitting in ankle-deep water

  • At Soto Cokro Kembang in Indonesia’s cultural capital Yogyakarta, diners sit with their feet in water containing some 7,000 Red Nile Tilapia fish
  • The fish nibble dead skin off the feet of diners as they eat their dishes

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Fish nibble at the feet of diners in Indonesia having their lunch at Soto Cokro Kembang fish pool restaurant in Yogyakarta. The tables and chairs sit in ankle-deep water, home to thousands of Red Nile Tilapia fish that munch dead skin off the feet of diners. Photo: AFP Fish nibble at the feet of diners in Indonesia having their lunch at Soto Cokro Kembang fish pool restaurant in Yogyakarta. The tables and chairs sit in ankle-deep water, home to thousands of Red Nile Tilapia fish that munch dead skin off the feet of diners. Photo: AFP
Fish nibble at the feet of diners in Indonesia having their lunch at Soto Cokro Kembang fish pool restaurant in Yogyakarta. The tables and chairs sit in ankle-deep water, home to thousands of Red Nile Tilapia fish that munch dead skin off the feet of diners. Photo: AFP
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