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‘Connected Restaurant’ To Link Diners In Dublin And Sydney

Irish mobile network operator Three and Samsung Australia have set up what they claim to be the world’s first connected restaurant, linking venues in Dublin and Sydney to offer Irish citizens a chance to enjoy a meal with expatriate friends and relatives.

Diners at two pop-up restaurants – one in Clarendon Street in Dublin and the other in Holt Street, Surry Hills, Sydney – will be hooked up while they share identical meals served simultaneously.

Six sittings per day, with four participants in each restaurant, are being held between November 29 and December 3 (Sydney time). Participants were selected by a draw and – sorry, hungry readers – all sessions are now fully booked. – Stuart Corner

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