MIT grads open restaurant with robot kitchen that cooks food in just three minutes
Talk about innovation. Four MIT graduates are making their dream of a robotic restaurant that serves healthy and affordable meals to their patrons a reality and they are fast becoming a byword for flavor and efficiency.
According to a video produced by Mashable, Spyce restaurant in Boston is making a name in the area among customers who are curious to see if the hype is justified. They later leave the establishment with satisfied grins on their faces.
The idea started when four MIT students developed the prototype in their fraternity house’s basement. Under the process, customers place their orders on tablets and runners will assemble the ingredients and place them on a hopper. They will then be placed in a robotic woks that cooks the food.
In about three minutes, the food is ready for packaging and ready for the customers. Fast, efficient, innovative. And the best of all, the menu is very healthy. (ANGEL ONG)
Four MIT graduates have just opened a restaurant where a robotic kitchen is preparing the meals pic.twitter.com/vO9XeLgId6
— Mashable (@mashable) January 11, 2019