Ichiran Ramen | Solo dining in flavour concentration booths
Dining without having contact with your table companions, other guests or waiters. This is possible since last year in New York at Ichiran Ramen, a restaurant chain that originates in Japan. Guest can enjoy a bowl with ramen 24/7, a Japanese dish that can be compared to noodle soup. If you want to concentrate on the taste, you can eat alone at their ‘flavour concentration booths’.
Dubai launches a self-flying drone taxi service
In Dubai, from this summer onwards it’s possible to experience a self-flying taxi. Passengers can select a destination and the ‘Ehang184’ drone will transport you to this destination. This new type of transportation should reduce the number of accidents on roads and move passengers faster from destination A to B.
Usagi no Nedoko Kyoto | Serves food that looks like rocks and minerals
Usagi no Nedoko a shop, small inn and café in Kyoto is a highly unique concept that is inspired by nature. Artist Koichi Yoshimura developed a way to preserve plants in acrylic cubes, which he calls ‘Sola Cubes’. In their café they reimagined rocks, minerals and other objects of the nature in a seasonal inspired menu. Almost too beautiful to eat. If you did not have a look at the photos, please do!
Lokal Hotel | ‘Invisible Service’ Boutique hotel
A 6-unit boutique hotel with a focus on invisible service, will open soon in Philadelphia, USA. The Lokal Hotel will offer guests an authentic Philadelphia experience and an escape that feels like home. The hotel seeks to provide a unique connection with the city without sacrificing the comfort and care travelers expect.
Temakery | Healthy hotspot
Temakery, recently opened in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Temakery is a fast-casual restaurant that responds to the fast moving society and the generation of today. They offer fresh meals, authentic street food and healthy snacks. The best point: you have full control over the contents of your meal.
De Jong DELI | Seven businesses in one
One of the ultimate examples of blurring, De Jong DELI houses seven different outlets: a lunchroom, bakery, butchery, cheese maker, delicacies, caterer and an ice cream shop! In other words De Jong DELI is, both a store, caterer and a restaurant, located in Adriaan Oomenstraat 1a in Teteringen, the Netherlands.
De Bajes | Street Art Restaurant
The first Street Art restaurant opened this week in the Netherlands and is called ‘De Bajes’, which means ‘The Jail’. After to Hong Kong and New York it’s now also possible in the Netherlands to eat and drink between painted walls by world’s most famous street art artists. The restaurant is located on the Utrechtsestraat in Amsterdam.
British Airways i360 | Impressive observation tower
The world’s tallest moving observation tower opened last year in Brighton, England. The tower is called British Airways i360, is 138 metres high and has a breath-taking view over Brighton and the beautiful south coast. Marks Barfield Architects, creators of the London Eye conceived and designed the tower.
Café de Hazeburg Ermelo | 1750 beers on the menu
With around 1750 beers on the beer list, specialty beer pub Café de Hazeburg in Ermelo (city in the East of the Netherlands) must be one of the biggest beer hall in the Netherlands. All these beers can be ordered cold because of the special beer tunnel that connects the pub with the specialty beer shop. The pub uses tablets and an online menu instead of a paper menu because of the wide and regular changing assortment.
Harry Potter inspired afternoon Tea | At the Llety Cynin Bed-and-Breakfast
Are you a massive Harry Potter fan; did you prefer to read Harry Potter books over your school books and did you always wanted to know how the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry treats would taste like? Than the Llety Cynin bed-and-breakfast in South Wales is the place to be!