Disregarding everything your mother taught you, PlayStation To Plate arrived on the scene with one key goal: to unite the game. with food. With the help of three iconic culinary institutions based right here in Sydney, the domestic branch of Sony’s gaming division has recreated dishes from some of its most notable titles in recent history: The Last of Us Part II, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, as good as Ratchet & Clank: Rift apart.
“The past 18 months have really highlighted the importance of gaming in our lives,” says Patrick Lagana, Director of Marketing at PlayStation Australia.
“So it seems fitting that we’ve brought these two cultures together, merging some of the best games and best restaurants to create a whole new experience for foodies and gamers. “
“With PlayStation To Plate, we wanted to make the virtual reality and show that gaming has no limits – on console and on the plate.”
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The Last of Us Part II – Ellie’s Steak Sandwich (Mary’s)
“Food, just like games, has this incredible ability to give people a chance to escape the mundane and connect with family, friends and even complete strangers,” says Kenny Graham, co-founder of Mary’s Burgers at the alongside Jake Smyth.
“The sandwich in The The Last of Us Part II represents that connection and it is what we have been since we
started: bringing people together for good times and good food. “
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End – Thief’s Pasta (The Italian Bowl)
“Running a restaurant for over a decade, you see the power of food and its importance in Australian culture,” says Alexi Spyridis, owner of The Italian Bowl.
“It opened my eyes to learn how digital dishes also play an important role in the storytelling of games and how equally important they can be. “
Ratchet & Clank: Rift apart – Sirangian Honey Mousse (Bistro Morgan)
“Food is an integral part of Australian culture, and there is no doubt that our relationship with it has grown deeply over the past two years,” says Morgan Hipworth, the ‘Morgan’ of Bistro Morgan.
“There are so many synergies with the world of video games: Basically, both have an innate ability to instantly transport you to another place or time, or, hopefully, in this case, to a other dimension. “
You can now enjoy PlayStation To Plate for yourself until December 13 at all participating restaurants (and via Deliveroo).