November 07, 2013

An Automated Sushi Restaurant With No Waiters

Usually, when entering a restaurant — even a sushi boat restaurant — you're greeted by a waiter. The friendly server takes your order, brings you your food and disposes of the dirty dishes post-meal.

This Tokyo sushi restaurant, however, has none of those amenities. Instead, everything is done automatically, using high-speed conveyor belts. The kitchen computers are constantly checking how many people are in the place, and the tablets on which you order special dishes can also play games. BBC's Spencer Kelly checked the place out and, though he doesn't mention its name, it really appears to be waiter-less. The food is delivered via a conveyor belt and you can even request special deliveries via a touchscreen menu, which take a couple of minutes. Courtesy BBC When you're done eating, you simply dispose of the dishes via a slot. That slot serve two purposes: getting the dishes clean and tallying up your bill. To make things more interesting, every fifth dish you eat triggers a game in which can win you a prize — again, delivered automatically, without the need for human contact. Source: Mashabale
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