This Fancy Restaurant Serves Food on iPads Instead of Plates

Quince, the three-Michelin-starred San Francisco restaurant, is raising eyebrows over its truffle dish served on an iPad

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We’re used to bizarre dishes being served at some of the most high-end molecular gastronomy restaurants in the world, but this has to be one of the strangest. Quince, the highly-lauded three-Michelin-starred eatery in San Francisco is rumored to be serving one new truffle-based dish on an iPad instead of a plate.

The dish is described as a "white truffle croquettes on iPads playing videos of water dogs on the truffle-hunt.” We have to admit, it looks stunning:

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Previously, this sort of thing has only been a prank, like the Apple-themed Tableau in London's SoHo, which reportedly served food on iPads, but turned out to be a hoax. From the Instagram posts showcasing this technolgically savvy saveur dish, it looks like Quince's concept is no joke.