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World’s First 3D Printing Restaurant Is Coming to London

World’s First 3D Printing Restaurant Is Coming to London


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There’s 3D printed gummy candy and machines that 3D print pancake art, and now a 3D printing restaurant is making its way around the world.

Food Ink, the world’s first 3D printing restaurant, will make its world premiere in London July 25–27. The concept was conceived and executed by an international team of “architects, artists, chefs, designers, engineers, futurists, industrials, inventors, and technologists,” according to the restaurant’s site.

The food, eating utensils, and furniture are made entirely from 3D printing.

The Food Ink pop-up, which will be located at 8 Dray Walk in Shoreditch, will be open to the public from 2 to 7 p.m. Guests will have the opportunity to sample some 3D printed snacks, sit on 3D printed furniture, and explore the space, which is described as a “futuristic environment.”

Food Ink will also be hosting an exclusive dinners each night of the pop-up from 8 to 10 p.m., with only 10 seats available at each dinner. The nine-course dinner will be livestreamed for those unable to attend. Reservations can be made by emailing [email protected].

Other pop-ups are coming to Berlin, Dubai, Seoul, Rome, Tel Aviv, Barcelona, Paris, Amsterdam, Toronto, NYC, Taipei, Las Vegas, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, Austin, Singapore, Los Angeles, Cape Town, Sydney, and Reykjavik.


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


World's First 3D Printing Restaurant Opening in London in July

As 3D printers continue to advance the manufacturing industry, many are wondering when they will start to be seen on a wider scale in the food industry. There have been 3D printer candy shops where you can create customized gummies, but a restaurant that can print your food has yet to be seen. Food Ink is set to open their doors for 3 days at the end of July being the world's first 3D printing restaurant.

The 3D printers are supplied by a Dutch company, byFlow, where food is created with hummus, chocolate, peas, dough, and cheese, according to Arch Daily. If you noticed, these ingredients all have the unique ability to be extruded through a nozzle and created into something edible. Food Ink's food is quite artsy, even considered to be culinary sculptures, and the idea is generating a lot of hype.

The pop-up restaurant will open in London July 25-27, after a successful soft opening in the Netherlands. For now, the idea is functioning completely off of novelty and hype, working only as a pop-up restaurant for curious customers. The real question that has always surrounded 3D printed food is 'what will it taste like?'

[Image Source: Food Ink]

"At Food Ink we create edible art prepared by the finest chefs with fresh natural ingredients and 3D-printed live using the revolutionary byFlow Focus 3D-printer. Our international launch is in London this Summer 2016 and we will be coming soon to a city near you."

To further the sensation of 3D printing, the stools in the restaurant are also 3D printed, according to Food Ink. It is likely that this 3D printed restaurant is just a small glimpse into dining in the future. Many companies are envisioning a future with a personal 3D food printer in everyone's home, being able to cook whatever the user would like.

[Image Source: Food Ink]


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