Are These Hipsters Ruining the Restaurant Industry?
Have you ever gone to a restaurant and wondered "What the hell were they thinking?" Well, there's a subreddit for that!
We Want Plates crusades against the serving of food on bits of wood and roof tiles, chips in mugs and drinks in jam jars.
It's good to get creative in the kitchen, of course, but these chefs and restaurant owners have crossed way too many lines. Here are 27 of our favorite ridiculous FML-worthy food and beverage presentations from r/wewantplates!
Other redditors defended this one as the traditional way to do a "boil" but I don't understand why they wouldn't just dump it into a dish after cooking it.
I'm too worried about calling this thing a pizza to think about what it's sitting on...
This one actually looks kind of fun... but also pricy.
I haven't seen anything this unattractive and impractical since my 12-year-old self tried to wear high heels for a middle school chorus concert.
The limp sprig of thyme really ties it all together.
This is apparently from a restaurant in Tokyo that does all kinds of crazy presentations. Here's another page from their menu:
A whole chicken??? Are you kidding me???