In a sense, "zero calorie" restaurant "Steam" opens in London
On March 13th, consumer electronics maker Miele will open a "calorie-neutral" restaurant "Steam" in Covent Garden, London, UK, where you can exercise as much as you eat.
On March 13th, consumer electronics maker Miele will open a "calorie-neutral" restaurant "Steam" in Covent Garden, London, UK, where you can exercise as much as you eat after a meal. The British newspaper Daily Mail and
others have reported.
Examples of dishes served at the "calorie-neutral" restaurant "Steam"
Miele is a pioneer in household steaming utensils. The restaurant "Steam" that will open this time will also serve healthy dishes using the company's steaming utensils.
The culinary skill is Frederick Forster, the head chef of the award-winning restaurant The Boundary. In this project, he says, "it will revolutionize" the preconceived notion that "healthy food is bland."
"'Steaming' is a cooking method that does not impair the natural taste, vitamins, color and texture of the ingredients. It is healthier than other cooking methods because it does not use oil."
The Boundary chef Frederick Forster
However, no matter how healthy a dish is, the calories in the dish itself are not zero. The characteristic of this restaurant is the exercise after meals. After enjoying Forster's cooking, participants are encouraged to participate in an exercise that burns the calories they eat. Participants will first stretch in the warm-up area and then perform various workouts in the workout area that are expected to consume higher calories under the direction of the trainer. As a result, the calories in the body before and after entering the restaurant are set to the same level and the person returns home. As a result, we have achieved "zero calories".
Image of restaurant "Steam" There is a workout area next to the restaurant area
Miele's marketing director, Dominic Worsley, told the Daily Mail:
"Steam is an attempt that no one has ever done. I'm really looking forward to the reaction of the participants. If this succeeds, I would like to expand Steam nationwide."
Examples of desserts to be served on Steam