Forget food delivery drones: the coolest new way for you to order a sandwich is by parachute. Thanks to the whimsically named Australian pop-up Jafflechutes, hungry Aussies can now receive their paninis from the skies, just as nature intended.
Billing itself as Melbourne's first "float-down eatery", Jafflechutes peddles cheese-and-tomato and cheese-and-ham paninis, better known as jaffles in the Land Down Under. Once you've placed your order via PayPal and given a time for pick-up, it's time to assemble at the "X" marked outside Jafflechutes' "mystery location" -- from the looks of their video, it may be one of the founders' apartments -- and collect your airborne lunch. The menu might be limited, and it's all the way out in Melbourne, but if you've always wanted to feel like 007 without all the gun wounds and shark tanks, this is probably your best shot:
Kristin Hunt is a food/drink staff writer, and would very much like all her future lunches to arrive via parachute or remote-control helicopter. Follow her at @kristin_hunt.