"No waitstaff, no cashier, no one to get your order wrong and no one to tip."

The human-less restaurant

#Food

Tue, Mar 22nd, 2016 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Sounding like an Automat of the 50s, Eatsa has opened it's first human-less restaurant. Simply walk in, place your order on the iPad mounted on the wall, wait 90 seconds, and in one of the cubbies your meal appears. Who needs human interaction.

Eatsa has not yet achieved total automation. The company admits it employs a small kitchen staff, and one employee is present in the front of the house, answering questions about how to order and dodging questions about what's going on behind the wall of magic cubbies. ("Whatever you imagine," he teases.)

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