You can make anything out of Lego bricks, even a Tapas Factory! The Brick Wall has designed an assembly line with Technic pieces. Everything is Lego, other than the food, a few BuWizz bricks, and the saw blades. A vehicle starts out transporting some delicious bread to the assembly line. Where it goes on a journey that results in it being sliced into eight pieces. From there a conveyor belt carries the bread to the toppings, which are carefully placed on each slice. Afterwards a vehicle picks up four finished Tapas and brings them over to you. There is even a place for a drink on the transport. The whole system uses 19 Power Functions motors, and took over four weeks to build.
In the video you can see the Lego factory assemble cheese/prosciutto, apple/salmon, cucumber/red pepper, and cheese/sausage. Each piece is then carefully topped with a cherry tomato and mozzarella cheese. Having Lego assemble your dinner is a pleasing idea, the only catch is that it is unbelievable slow.
This Lego “Astronaut” is a creation of R 194. A mouse seems to have found itself on the moon in this comical Lego MOC. The mouse is outfitted an a very bulky spacesuit, with a giant air tank on the back, and room for its ears on top. It looks like the way into the suit is by the giant valve on the top. The Lego moon that the astronaut has found itself sitting on is an anthropomorphized crescent. The yellow frog on the tip of the moon is a fun detail. While the mouse looks like it is trying to find a way to eat a chunk of moon cheese. And, I like to think the viynl record on the back of the spacesuit is a copy of Fly Me To The Moon.
A Lego themed burger is not something you see everyday. A new restaurant called Brick Burger, located in Pasig (a city in the Philippines), specializes in a variety of lego burgers. They offer at least 10 fancy combos. The Darth Burger comes with a dark black bun, the Wildstyle had onion rings, the Naco Tuesday burger has taco meat and cheese, and the Cheesy Mac burger is loaded with mac and cheese. Besides the fun variants available, what really sells these burgers is the shape. They feature a 2×2 Lego tile themed bun, and squarish patties.
Brick Burger also features the Lord Buisness challenge. Just order a Lord Business meal and if you can finish it in under 3 minutes you can win a Lego polybag. If you can mange to finish in 1 minute 30 seconds you can win a Lego Creator 3-in-1 Corner Deli. A tummy ache might just be worth that deal.
“Building toy blocks, passion with food and extreme creativity are what founded Brick Burger. With the use of 100% mouth-watering pure australian beef burger patty, fresh vegetables and unique burger bun…”