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Feb 23, 2017

Meals on wheels: Volvo offers rolling dining in Tokyo

The automaker, along with Uber Eats, an Iron Chef star and Dentsu, invites foodies to a seven-course meal served in an SUV.

The automaker, along with Uber Eats, an Iron Chef star and Dentsu, invites foodies to a seven-course meal served in an SUV.

The word unique is overused in marketing, but in this case seems appropriate Volvo, Uber Eats, Dentsu, and former 'Iron Chef' commentator Yukio Hattori have come together to create a culinary experience that is certainly one of a kind.

The film above invites people to reserve a spot in 'All-Star Restaurant', a rolling gastronomic adventure They will ride all over Tokyo in a Volvo vehicle while consuming a seven-course meal devised by Hattori and delivered...

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