between 2004 and 2016, the most inventive food on the planet, possibly in history, came out of a small restaurant in downtown Chicago.
At Moto, your first course was your menu itself, which was typically printed in edible ink on a giant tortilla chip.
When you finished your menu, you would be handed what looked like a Polaroid of a maki roll. The photograph was made of rice paper and coated in a dust of nori seaweed and soy sauce. It tasted the only way it could: like sesame, avocado, cucumber and crab sticks.