Ridiculously Fancy Restaurant In San Francisco Now Serving Food On iPads

There are plenty of fancy restaurants serving up expensive meals that are delicious and filling, but it seems the more pretentious restaurants have lost sight of the fact that they're supposed to serve good food, not gimmicks.

Head to Quince restaurant in San Francisco and you'll find one of the most ridiculous and pretentious concepts in fine dining ever conceived- frog legs and white truffle croquettes served on an iPad.

A Dog In Search Of Gold

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The croquettes plate is called A Dog In Search Of Gold, and it's served on an iPad showing a video of dogs hunting for truffles, part of a $220 fixed-price supper that otherwise sounds quite delicious.

The Michelin-starred restaurant also recently served up frog legs on an iPad showing a video of frogs leaping around a pond, just to remind diners where their meal actually came from.

-Via Metro

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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