Could New York's tiny apartment craze be trickling over into its culinary scene too? It certainly seemed that way from the crowds that gathered at Astor Place for Zagat's pop-up Tiny Cafe last week. Part of a viral campaign highlighting the restaurant review powerhouse's "tiny, yet perfect" eatery evaluations, the temporary kitchen served up squee-worthy miniature versions of some of the city's tastiest foods that were prepared using pint-sized tools and even cooked on teeny stoves. Check out a video of the pop-up in action after the jump.
Visitors were also able to see a tiny cooking showcase of chefs preparing the mini-dishes using appropriately lilliputian kitchen tools and pint-sized stoves.
The doll-sized delicacies were small but succulent, just like Zagat’s “concise and easy-to-consume reviews”.
They were almost too cute to eat…almost. Yummy as it was, we ended up having to get a large pizza right afterwards :).
Photos: Yuka Yoneda for Inhabitat