We’re all for creativity, but food is a sacred thing, and chefs can get a little too “interesting” with plating. Food eaten out of trophies is a celebration, but who wants to eat shrimp tempura out of someones stinky shoe?
The guy at the table next to me has just been served the most SENSATIONAL scotch egg. It comes in a TROPHY. pic.twitter.com/iQKz4eqqAW
— Jason Hazeley (@JasonHazeley) 11 de diciembre de 2016
— eeke (@eeketht) 28 de marzo de 2016
Taking a picture of your food is a global phenomenon at this point, and a good thing that is. Tweeters both warned against and applauded weird plates, and substitutes for “vanilla” dish-ware on the popular app.
My mate ordered a strong black coffee and I’ve never been so angry in all my life wtf even is this? pic.twitter.com/5R8v81mjCc
— IncrediblyRich (@IncrediblyRich) 17 de enero de 2016
Fish and chips on a Ferris wheel.
THIS IS NOT A DRILL.
WE REPEAT, THIS IS NOT A DRILL.
(Pic: Gareth Nelson) pic.twitter.com/K1TR4UG5jm
— We Want Plates (@WeWantPlates) 6 de julio de 2016
— blogTO (@blogTO) 30 de octubre de 2016
The deconstructed food craze hit an all time low in 2016. Users wondered what they were paying the cooks to do!
“How would you like your iced coffee?”
“Deconstructed and served on a child’s book, please.”
(Pic: Lyn Nguyen) pic.twitter.com/deBZOZ7JPj
— We Want Plates (@WeWantPlates) 29 de noviembre de 2016
— Sheila King (@SheilaMossKing) 24 de febrero de 2016
What’s next? Do you guys think things are getting out of hand?
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