After a naked restaurant, world's first 3D-printed food restaurant to pop-up in London – The Indian Express


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By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 17, 2016 6:20 pm

Food, London, 3D art, fine-dining, Food Ink restaurant London, food art, beautiful food The food at this restaurant will come straight from machines. (Source: Foodink.io)

London is setting the bar higher and higher this year in the area of experimental gastronomy. July saw the opening of The Bunyadi – a naked restaurant – in the British capital, and now, the city will play host to the world’s first 3D printed food restaurant (no kidding!), where the food will be printed on utensils, right in front of the diners to see.

The restaurant, Food Ink, reportedly wants to create a ‘multi-sensory food experience’ and will use a food-printer to churn out food on the customers’ plates. What more, the utensils will also be 3D-printed, designed by artist Iwona Lisiecka and be eaten while sitting on 3D-printed chairs designed by Arthur Mamou-Mani. Joel Castanye and Mateu Blanch are the chefs behind the nine-course extravaganza.

Food Ink is testing waters by organising a pop-up on July 25-26, wherein 10 lucky guests will be selected each night and it will cost about £250 to make it to the guest list and sample 3D-printed snacks. Diners can try their hands at printing as well!

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By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 17, 2016 6:20 pm

Food, London, 3D art, fine-dining, Food Ink restaurant London, food art, beautiful food The food at this restaurant will come straight from machines. (Source: Foodink.io)

London is setting the bar higher and higher this year in the area of experimental gastronomy. July saw the opening of The Bunyadi – a naked restaurant – in the British capital, and now, the city will play host to the world’s first 3D printed food restaurant (no kidding!), where the food will be printed on utensils, right in front of the diners to see.

The restaurant, Food Ink, reportedly wants to create a ‘multi-sensory food experience’ and will use a food-printer to churn out food on the customers’ plates. What more, the utensils will also be 3D-printed, designed by artist Iwona Lisiecka and be eaten while sitting on 3D-printed chairs designed by Arthur Mamou-Mani. Joel Castanye and Mateu Blanch are the chefs behind the nine-course extravaganza.

Food Ink is testing waters by organising a pop-up on July 25-26, wherein 10 lucky guests will be selected each night and it will cost about £250 to make it to the guest list and sample 3D-printed snacks. Diners can try their hands at printing as well!

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Given the food revolution that’s going on in London, your next trip there can be a smorgasbord of unusual gastronomic delights that you probably never thought possible.

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