Eating out has never been so healthy. Australian billionaires have launched an all-new eating concept low in carbs, that is “low carbon footprint food.” On April 17, 2010 the first such restaurants were opened in New York City, under the brand name ‘Otarian’. Another two restaurants are due to soon open in June in London, UK. The owners promise that everything their chain serves is grown, gathered, sourced and prepared with the least possible CO2 emissions. Owner Radhika Oswal says that the concept is based on a meat-free ideology and all visitors can collect so-called food carbon credits, in their endeavor and contribution to saving the planet. But this doesn’t include green eggs and ham, only healthy menus lik low carbon soups, salads, tacos, curries, burritos, portabella burgers, egg-free chocolate mousse and tarts. They will list the carbon footprint of their products comparing them with other similar foods.