The Moto is a restaurant located in the downtown of Chicago, with lead chef Homaro Cantu, its main focus is in molecular gastronomy. “Molecular gastronomy is a sub discipline of food science that seeks to investigate, explain and make practical use of the physical and chemical transformations of ingredients that occur while cooking, as well as the social, artistic and technical components of culinary and gastronomic phenomena in general.”
With that in mind the types of dishes served here are pretty much a mind fuck and there take on classical dishes. You can either have the 15 course dinners were 5 are entrees, 5 are main courses and the last five are deserts. Each varying in the presentation in the dishes for example: there take on desert is a smore shaped like a bomb with chocolate cover, inside is a liquefied graham cracker served over fluff, which explodes in your mouth. A dish Cuban inspired that the food is in shape of a cigar and the ashes are the condiments served over an ash tray.
If you’re ready for a mind twisting meal and not afraid to pay at least 200 for the whole course of one plate then you should check it out, it’s an experience you should take.
|The menu is printed on bread or potatoe on consumable ink|