E-Pizza from Dubai

StandardFact loves a bit of creativity, is enamored by imagination, all about the convenience and partial to a pizza or two. Like many creatures of habit the order is always the same. Triple pepperoni in case you were wondering.

Well this idea takes all of the above, and then makes it into one technological yet uber simple solution to the age old problem of having to speak to the guy on the other end of the take out line who invariably is on a shite phone line, speaks only rudimentary English and takes an age to get your simple order wrong.

Dubai based pizza company Red Tomato Pizza came up with the ingenious idea of creating a fridge magnet that links to your WiFi, simply press the button on the magnet and it sends through your usual order to the restaurant. A simple text to confirm message is sent and hey presto! Pizza to your door and minimal effort used.

This idea is amazing because of it’s simplicity, the technology is there and it has been harnessed in a project that cost only $9k. The world coverage, SM buzz and kudos has paid this back many times over. On the back of this innovative solution numerous offers for  franchises around the globe.

Just shows that a good idea does not need to break the bank


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Culinary weapons

These days you can discover the next big music act before they even record their first album, you can see newest street artist through some blog, the McQueens of the future already have huge fashion shows before they graduate from Central St. Martins, now you can sample the future of dining as well… so long as you are happy to travel to Paris.

The simple premise is that budding chefs can nominate themselves to take over as Head Chef, they will then be able to decide on the menu content and design all with the help of the expert team from Un Jour, Un Chef. It only costs 30 Euro for 3 courses and you could end up being served by tomorrow’s gastro king or queen.

I’d love one of these in London, we have a variety of pop-up restaurants across the capital, from those taking place in car parks to pubs to residential homes. My favourite is Pale Blue Door, if you can get a table you will experience a unique evening, less caught up with fine dining and more about the full dining experience

Thanks for Springwise for the heads up….