Everything you can imagine – it can be 3D printed nowadays. Even food. As crazy as it sounds, London will be a pioneer in this area, opening the first restaurant with decorations and food made through this technology #todaymagic
Food Ink is going to delight and surprise customers at the end of the month, the restaurant acting as a pop-up place for three days – 25th, 26th, and 27th of July. Every evening is going to be a “one-of-a-kind gourmet experience…where fine cuisine meets art, philosophy and tomorrow’s technologies.”, if everything goes to plan. Antony Dobrzensky and Marcio Barradas (La Boscana’s chefs) will take care of the menu, offering nine courses that are entirely 3D printed for the price of £250 ($330 approximately).
You’ll not just be eating food in a revolutionary way, but also experience it differently, in virtual reality. The first course will enthrall customers by pairing taste with vision, via VR headset. The places are limited – just 10/night, available for sale since July 15th. If you won’t get a place at the place on 8 Dray Walk, E1 6NJ., from 7.30 pm, you’ll be able to see others completely taken aback by the whole thing online, since the 3D printed food event will be streamed.