A new pop-up Pantone Cafe serves colour-coded food in Monaco (and we so want to visit)

A Pantone Cafe has popped up in Monaco and it is amazing. Open from now until September 9 at Monaco’s Grimaldi Forum, the design-dream restaurant serves up colour-coded snacks and drinks including a ‘Pantone 16-0924 croissant’ and a ‘Pantone 19-1625 chocolate eclair’.

Inspired by the colour coding system that Lawrence Herbert created in 1963, the new eatery offers visitors the unique opportunity to sip a ‘Pantone 17-1227 latte’ whilst relaxing on a Pantone chair at the open air pop-up. Even the trays, napkins, plates, and cups have a special Pantone theme. Step inside the quirky pop-up via the image gallery below.

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For more information visit the pantone-cafe.com website and check out the Instagram page here

…And a little side note to the founders of this dreamy concept: Please come to the UAE. We will go Pantone 18-1763 crazy in love for you.