Sometimes, while trying to impress guests and restaurant reviewers, restaurant owners forget that real people actually come to them to eat real food.
Food served on an iPad that’s displaying a picture of a plate.
Rocks, and potatoes painted to look like rocks, at a Michelin-starred restaurant
Who needs plates? Just serve it on the table.
They served us butter on a rock.
Beef tartare served on a wooden hand.
Imagine ordering the Chef’s speciality and getting this.
I got my cocktail in a plastic bag.
This 2-star Michelin restaurant is serving seafood on rocks. I can barely tell it’s food.
Another extraordinary dessert.
So, can I just eat it with my hands?
The dish was called, ‘Walking deep into the woods’ or something…
Amuse-bouche… like a Barbie-sized silicone implant
Are they serious?
Can someone tell me which part is edible?
Canapés on a brick
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