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    Moto Restaurant-Chicago

    Has anyone ever heard of or eaten at Moto in Chicago?

    It sounds like a really cool place (yet extremely expensive). The chef is basically a genius scientist that tinkers with food. On the menu, you might find doughnut soup, pancake popsicles, or a glass of vanilla bean smoke.

    Their website is pretty cool, too.

    http://www.motorestaurant.com/index_moto.php


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    Re: Moto Restaurant-Chicago

    Looks very interesting. I see a lot of good reviews online but $150/person is a little steep for me.



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    Re: Moto Restaurant-Chicago

    What's really cool to me is that the owner/chef guy is working on some really cool alternative energy things, like tomatoes that glow. He says that it's altogether possible to create tomatoes that produce 240 lumens. You can put them in an upside-down planter, and have them be your lamp in the living room. When they are it's ripe, it "burns out" and you can eat it, killing two birds with one stone...hunger and energy needs.



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