We do love the idea of 3D printing and harbour a not-so-secret desire to one of the gadgets for our home. But if you ever wondered how it could be used in a restaurant, that's about to be answered as Food Ink, the "World's First 3D Printed Restaurant" comes to London.
Everything - the furniture, utensils AND the food is all from 3D printers. Throughout the day it'll be open for people to wander through and taste some 3D printed snacks - and then in the evening, there will be a nine-course menu, printed real-time in front of the diners. The menu is being put together by Joel Castanye and Mateu Blanch - Castayne runs La Boscana in Spain and previously worked ar El Bulli.
If you can't get a ticket - you will be able to watch the event on a live stream. Yes - not quite the same thing, but still.