It is time for 3D food printing, Food Ink the conceptual dining eatery is travelling to 21 cities around the world, bringing together 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.
At each city, a nine-course tasting menu will be designed and served, with 3D printing technology (the byFlow Focus 3D-printer) used to create the dishes in front of diners’ eyes. The menu has been designed and will be implemented by an international team of chefs and artists.
Food Ink, set to open its doors to the public in London’s Shoreditch district on July 25. The distinctive dining experience costs £250 pounds (Dhs1207)and will only serve ten lucky guests each night in London. Food Ink will be open during the day however, giving people a chance to taste 3D printed snacks and to learn about how the printers function.
Dubai is on the list, along with Berlin, Seoul, Rome, Barcelona, Paris, Amsterdam, Toronto, New York, Taipei, Las Vegas, Sao Paolo, Tokyo, Austin, Singapore, Los Angeles, Cape Town, Sydney and Reykjavik.
Food Ink’s amazing creations: