Taking photographs of your meal before tasting it has become an annoying 21st century trend. Thankfully, artist Bob Dornberger thinks that food must be eaten rather than clicking its snaps. Dornberger has taken a stand against guests who unnecessarily shoot photos of the served meal by collaborating with the Secret Restaurant at Gamble House in Pasadena, California.
The restaurant is installed with a conveyor belt, made of metal and scrap aluminum powered by an industrial motor, that will directly deliver food from the kitchen at basement to diners above ground. The diners are supposed to grab the food quickly, if you don’t it will fall off into the bin. This will encourage people to only focus on their food despite snaps.
It is an inventive concept to remind foodies that first bite of the meal is for mouth not eye. However we’re not certain whether this idea would work or not, but it’ll certainly make people aware of their unnecessary activities and possible ways to avoid it. Have a look at the images given below to find out working of the conveyor belt restaurant.