Food-tech company Food Ink uses printers to revolutionize fine dining from the kitchen to the dining room

Food Ink is providing a culinary experience that’s entirely printed, from the cutlery to the cuisine.

This team of chefs, engineers, designers and more have recently opened a pop-up restaurant in London that will have everything 3D printed: the furniture, the flatware, the cutlery, and of course the nine courses that each customer will be treated to as part of their £250 charge per person (or approximately $330). The food is printed in real time with printers made by byFlow, meaning that the cuisine is made primarily of different pastes.

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