Mantara Dish Holds Entire Meal on Five Fingers

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jul 3, 2009 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
The Mantara dish is the perfect fit for the hand talkers or the appetizer fiends. The dish, designed by Gabriel Contino, is an all-in-one dining set built for social convenience.

The Mantara is an assortment of curves and grooves that holds the food in the middle, a glass of wine (or anything you choose to drink out of the appropriate glass) in the groove on the side and a utensil that comfortably rests in a curve on the surface of the plate.

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