While chefs around the world have been experimenting with 3D food printing for the last few years, we’ve yet to see a restaurant dedicated exclusively to 3D printed food. Until now, that is. Food Ink, which is actually more performance art concept than a true restaurant, bills itself as “a conceptual pop-up dinner series where fine cuisine meets art, philosophy and tomorrow’s technologies”. The experience, which includes 3D printed utensils and a meal where they claim everything is 3D printed (though we have our doubts after seeing pictures of a salad complete with lettuce and tomatoes), will travel to other locations, including New York City and LA, in the future. Read at Forbes

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