The world’s first 3D printing restaurant is going on a world tour
In recent years, world cuisine has pushed the limits of innovation, creativity and design. Modern chefs now use a wide range of resources, both new and traditional to create unique and memorable meals.
And now it seems that the bar has been raised even higher, as the world’s first 3D pop up restaurant is going on a world tour.
Food Ink is a conceptual dinner series that will travel the world combining fine cuisine with technology and art to deliver a once in a lifetime experience. It offers a nine course tasting menu complete with wine pairing that is designed and implemented by an international team of chefs and artists. 3D printing technology is used to create visually stunning dishes right in front of diners’ eyes.
The distinctive dining experience opened in London in June 2016 and has already hit Berlin and Barcelona with many more cities to come.
Food Ink will be serving full meals at night and stay open during the day to give people a chance to taste 3D printed snacks and to learn about how the printers function. Plans are underway to visit Dubai, Seoul, Rome, Tel Aviv, Paris, Amsterdam, Toronto, New York, Taipei, Las Vegas, Sao Paolo, Tokyo, Austin, Singapore, Los Angeles, Cape Town, Sydney and Reykjavik.
For more information, visit the Food Ink website.
This article was updated 14 December 2016.