You Can Eat Activated Charcoal Fish and Chips in Melbourne

 - Jul 27, 2017
References: longstoryshortcafe.au & odditycentral
Activated Charcoal Fish and Chips has joined the ranks of niche food items infused with the detoxifying element.

The Internet has been introduced to jet black lemonades, ice creams and now, this fishy concoction, which looks like its been burnt to a crisp, but allegedly tastes amazing. To achieve its darkened color, the batter for the popular dish was cooked in activated charcoal. This dish is available at The Long Story Short cafe in Melbourne -- a beachside restaurant that offers niche menu options like 'Deconstructed Fruit Salads' and a 'Fairy Floss Dessert Burger.'

The Activated Charcoal Fish and Chips may look unappetizing, but its flavor infusion and health benefits are sure to satisfy. Charcoal has been successfully implemented in cosmetic products and toothpaste due to its ability to trap toxins and cleanse the body.