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 is the Modular Bait Shop And Grocery Lego MOC created by Versteinert. This whole building is an alternate build for the Old Fishing Store (21310). It uses 1,995 pieces of the original 2033. These type of builds are always really interesting. Being constrained by the parts of another set forces you to get creative. The end building looks like it could be an official Lego set. The Bait Shop and Grocery store are fully detailed inside. The Grocery specializes in seafood, and the Bait Shop is fully stocked for any outdoor outing. The second floor is an apartment with bed, sofa, and even a telescope. Perfect for looking into rear windows. The stairs up from the apartment lead to a neglected attic hiding some forgotten TNT. This is a great modular building, the green planks work well, and the food sign is full of a lot of character.
It you happen to have the Old Fishing Store, and want to transform it into the Bait Shop and Grocery Modular Building the designer has created a set of instructions. They look just like the official manuals, and even cover such topics as what to do with stickers.
This Lego Sundae has got it all (of the good toppings!). Three scoops of ice cream, chocolate sauce, and some waffle/pastry sticks all made out of Lego. Whipped cream, cherries, peanuts, and everything else is optional. This Lego Sundae is the creation of Brixe63. It is served in a rather nice glass goblet, and served with a silver spoon. The glass is a great build, using some of the huge transparent pieces recently seen in the Ship In A Bottle set. An especially nice detail is the gold trim on the stem, created with four of the One Ring pieces from the Lord of the Rings sets. So, if you’re having a bad day, celebrating your report card, or just treating yourself make sure order a Sundae.
A good burger and fries can really hit the spot. The warm and salty food goes well with a cold soda. This Lego MOC called “Burger and Fries” is the creation of Joe. The scene features the popular fast food meal, but there is a twist. A lot of the details are created with Lego Minifigure legs/pants. This new challenge to build stuff out of legs is interesting. Here, the legs are being used as the straw in the soda, part of the french fries, lettuce on the burger, and the hamburger patty itself. It is a great example of getting creative with limited pieces. The tomatoes and the soda cup lid are two other great details. The whole scene is sitting on top a a wooden plank which looks great. The contrast of which, helps us focus on the food. But, if we were to eat this meal, we might want plates next time.
A Japanese Bento Box is a great lunch. A bunch of small dishes offering up a variety of flavors. Kind of like the American TV Dinner, except fresh (not frozen) and delicious. This Lego Bento Box is the work of nobu_tary. The whole build is centered around the new Lego Dots theme. At first glance the box looks like any old to go container, but it is actually the carrying/organization case from Dots. You can even spot some of the new dots pieces used inside. Check out the bracelet band in the center. Everything here is an official Lego product. One of the best details is the brown rock pieces being used for the shrimp tempura. It all looks so delicious… maybe I’ll go get some lunch.
“Let me whet your appetite” is a lego MOC created by Pistash. This Lego dinner is an entry for the MOC WARS 2020 Contest with Team MOCFU. Specifically Category 8: “Couldn’t Eat Another Bite,” build a meal that’s half or more finished. Everything but the dinner table is made out of official lego pieces. Even the towel/napkin on the right comes from a lego set (I think the VW Van). Check out the piece of meat, plate, utensils, and even the wine glass. The plate is made out of over 100 curved slopes, and the side of brocolli is from an old 1970s lego set. Also take a good close look at the Raspberry cake, it looks delicious!
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…”
Lego Minifigures are lining up to eat a Cool Ranch® Doritos® Locos Tacos or a KFC Famous Bowl®. They can even wash it down with an ice cold Pepsi, Yum (Brands)! These two Lego MOC fast food buildings are the creation of Eric Badis, who is putting together a nice collection of Lego fast food joints. The Lego Taco Bell features the standard beige and purple design you will find in almost any city. The sign/logo and the wallpaper pattern are all custom printouts applied to the Lego building. The end result is amazingly lifelike. Then their is the Lego KFC, which features a more exaggerated design. It is based on the red and white stripe motif that you find on their buckets. This tall two story building will fit in with the official modular buildings.
This Dunkin’ Donuts and Texas Road House are built in the Lego Modular scale. And, just like in real life these buildings will stick out. The bright fast food colors of this Lego Dunkin’ Donuts would wake up the most sleepy Minifig. These two buildings are relatively simple looking and are both based off the same template (just like their real life versions). Although they do hide a lot of interesting details. Check out the Lego windows being used as a modern overhang over at DD. While the Texas Road House has a cute little cactus out front. These SNOT style buildings look good and would be a perfect addition to any modern town set up. After all, your Lego Minifigures need to eat food too.
All of your Lego Friends characters need a place too eat. If you don’t have enough time to sit down for lunch; having a quick and convenient option is awesome. This Taco Truck, known as the Marisco El Lago, is ready to satisfy your hunger. The specialize in fish tacos, which is why they like to park near the rowboat club near Heartlake. Most of the details are perfect. The white and gray trash cans are simple and recognizable. The tuck comes with portable seating, and even offers multiple food options. The Food Truck even has those glass/plastic vents/windows on the roof. Also check out those Friends figure mirrors being used for the truck side mirrors. All of your Hipster Friends are ready for some Tacos!
“I chose to build a taco truck, because, having lived in California for about ten years, those are probably what I miss the most from the US now that I am back in France!!
El Lago, of course in reference to Heartlake City (truck is usually parked near the rowboat club ^^) (whaaa?)” — fujiia