Byflow opens first restaurant with a menu of 3D printed dishes to delight your tastebuds
About two years ago, byflow unveiled their first food 3D printer. Shortly after, they opened a pop-up style restaurant in London, whose specialty included none other than 3D printed food. This restaurant was a big leap for the food industry and today, we no longer have to wait for the next pop-up to arrive as Dutch chef Jam Smink is opening a permanent restaurant in Wolvega, Netherlands. This restaurant’s menu is serving up gourmet, 3D printed dishes that will entice even the pickiest of eaters.
Chef Jan Smink has made quite a name for himself winning the Bocuse d’Or as well as working in a three-star restaurant. Smink has spent some time working with byflow, a company run by Nina Hoff. Smink began by experimenting with different 3D printed dishes, trying to improve the customer experience all while promoting byflow’s technology.