Drive throughs are extremely popular with people who just don’t have the time to sit down for a meal. Even though the concept evolved out of the need to save time during a busy schedule rather than the enjoyment it could provide, the idea has been adopted by a Taiwanese restaurant albeit in a slightly altered manner. The P.S. Bu Bu Restaurant came into existence way back in 1999 when a couple of local classic car fanatics named Sean and Ponny decided to combine their love of vintage vehicles and food to create an automotive-themed eatery with a difference.
The P.S. Bu Bu restaurant features the usual auto accessories in its interior décor as found in any other motor-themed eating joint with the only difference being the fact that the venue’s seating has been arranged inside iconic cars like the 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air, the 1963 Cadillac Series 6200 Coupe, the Volkswagen Beetle and the Mini Austin parked in the restaurant.
The cars come with dining tables in the middle that allow visitors to dine inside the vehicles though some of the cars have been cut up to make up auto-themed tables.
Apart from various iconic vehicles, both whole and cut up, P.S. Bu Bu Restaurant tries to recapture the ‘60s American automotive era with steering wheels as door handles, fuel stations, parking meters guideposts and American car licenses sourced from various flea markets to create the most fantastical eating environment ever.