Silo opened its doors in 2014 and is the living and breathing example of McMaster’s vision. Known throughout the food industry for his innovative and ethical practices, McMaster’s believes in a better future, one in which we can mend our broken system and eradicate food waste. Shunning all plastic, Silo requires suppliers to send produce in reusable containers, while upcycling old plastic bags into colourful plates. The team works with food that would otherwise go to waste, serving beef from retired dairy cows and composting all leftovers.
The menu read like any other trendy restaurant – smoked venison, celeriac – but that’s were the similarities end. For at Silo, they churn their own butter, mill their own ancient-grain flour and compost everything they absolutely can’t use. Silo’s concept centres around the idea of ‘not having a bin’. Its sustainability efforts don’t stop in the kitten either – food is served on plates made from recycled plastic bags and wine drunk from glasses made from melted down bottles.
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