Here is an odd story coming out of Tel Aviv. The Israeli restaurant Catit has begun serving their food on a new set of plates which have been specifically designed to help their patrons take better images of their food. They have even created a specific menu which focuses on color and presentation to bring out the best in your Instagram photos.
The project is part of a collaboration between Catit and Carmel Winery as well as food photographer Dan Perez. The goal is to help inspire and educate a new generation of patrons who connect with their food through photography and social media. Patrons who come to the restaurant are treated to a food photography crash course by Dan Perez and are presented with a menu that has been crafted for maximum visual impact.
Patrons who attend and photograph their meals are then encouraged to post the results to Instagram with the hashtag #fdgr
Would you attend such a restaurant event if it was local to you?
[via Times Of Israel]