By Jordi Lippe and Jordi Lippe-McGraw
July 18, 2016

London, home to a naked restaurant and pub that used dogs as bartenders, is getting another gastronomical attraction: 3D-printed foods.

Food Ink is opening a three-day pop-up, from July 25-27, in Shoreditch where guests can dine on 3D-printed snacks or indulge in a nine-course feast made entirely with the technology.

Guests will eat with printed utensils designed by artist Iwona Lisiecka and sitting on printed chairs designed by Arthur Mamou-Mani.

“Our VIP guests will be treated to a one-of-a-kind, nine-course, multi-sensory food experience with wine pairings, prepared by master chefs Joel Castanye and Mateu Blanch, and produced via live real-time 3D-printing right in front of our guests' eyes,” says the event website.

Only 10 guests will be allowed at time for the nightly event and tickets go for about $330. If you can't attend but want to satisfy your curiosity, the dinner will be live streamed online.