A Japanese chef who cooks exotic illegal dishes, is chased by a health inspector who actually works for the mafia. Meanwhile dining couples talk about death and life; a producer tempts and actress with a job in exchange of some love. All these stories intertwine in a New York restaurant, a kind of parallel universe where the worlds of the living and the dead have blurry borders. "Yellow Cab 267. A Musical Hell" distorts reality like concave and convex mirrors; and depicts the dark hallucinating side of human pain, like in Goya's Black Paintings or Hieronymus Bosch's Triptychs.