In this day and age, chefs and restauranteurs not only have to worry about whether or not the food tastes good, but also if it’ll look good on Instagram. People taking pictures of their meals when dining out has become the norm.
While it definitely irks some of the traditional diners who would rather enjoy their meal than wait for it to get cold, it doesn’t look like the trend is going away any time soon.
The Carmel Winery in Israel is well aware of this. Collaborating with Tel Aviv restaurant Catit, the two figured out a way to make the most of the trend by creating plates that are Instagram-friendly. Utilizing a variety of designs that both block out background distractions and focus on the food, the plates became a social media hit.
Check out some of the innovative designs featured.