Life is becoming more high tech every day and robots moving into the workforce is nothing new, but there’s now a restaurant in Boston using robots to staff their kitchen. Diners at Spyce will order via touchscreen computer and one of seven robotic woks in the kitchen cooks each meal in three minutes or less.
In fact, there are only three humans working at this restaurant at a time, two garnish and deliver bowls to customers and one is there to walk guests through the ordering process.
Created by MIT grads, they teamed with famous chef Daniel Boulud, who serves as culinary director. So what’s on the menu? Executive chef Sam Benson created a menu of customizable bowls that can be made with meat, or in vegetarian, pescatarian, gluten-free, and vegan versions. It’s only in Boston for now, but if all goes well, this robot thing could catch on more.