World’s First 3D Printing Restaurant to Open in London

Futuristic foodies only have three days to eat 3D printed dinners.

7. 14. 16 by Charmaine Caparas
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3D Printed Food

The world’s first 3D printing restaurant opens in London at the end of July – but only for three days.

Food Ink promises a food revolution on the 25th, 26th, and 27th of July with a pop-up restaurant serving 3D printed culinary creations. The restaurant promises the evening to be a “one-of-a-kind gourmet experience…where fine cuisine meets art, philosophy and tomorrow’s technologies.”

The 3D dining experience will set you back £250 or about $330 for nine courses. The whole experience will be live streamed online so people at home can watch diners chow down on 3D printed dishes.

Not only will the food all be 3D printed but the cutlery, tables, and chairs will be similarly created.


Image source: Food Ink

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Top chefs Antony Dobrzensky and Marcio Barradas from the famous La Boscana restaurant will be in charge of the creating the menu, and they hinted that the first course is said to be paired with virtual reality headsets to provide “an immersive and thrilling glimpse of the future.”

Convinced you have to take part of this futuristic dining experience? Well, you have to hurry. There will only be 10 tickets each evening and they will become available on Friday 15 July.

The pop-up restaurant will at 8 Dray Walk, E1 6NJ. Dinner will be served from 7:30pm each evening.

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