This franchise has multiple locations worldwide including Hamburg, Germany and the Yas Mall in Abu Dhabi as well as its shiny new Vienna restaurant that opened on April 1st, 2016. How it works is simple: diners select food and beverage options from a digital menu featuring international cuisines. A short while later, Rogo’s sends the ordered apps and entrees clattering down thrill ride tracks that loop and spiral throughout its establishments. You can enjoy the spectacle of this direct kitchen-to-table transportation mode at any of its nine restaurants.
For people who prefer their Vegetarian Quinoa bowls as free of human interaction as they are of gluten, this place is a fully-automated dream come true. Orders are placed by in-house iPad, setting to work the mystical kitchen gnomes (one can only assume) that assemble the dishes before the food appears as if by sorcery in tiny cubicles fronted by transparent LCD screens. Bring credit cards, not cash, because full automation means there are no cashiers to be found (more of a plus than first glance might reveal, since no cashiers means no lengthy checkout queues). Eatsa brings the healthy to locations in L.A. and San Francisco.
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At this family-oriented restaurant, the trains always run on time and every car is the “dining car”. Here, human servers are replaced by miniature engines that run along wall- and ceiling-mounted tracks overhead. Li'l ones will love watching the tiny locomotives chug along, loaded with food orders that they carry from the resturant's kitchen and drop with precision timing onto elevator platforms situated above each table. Once deposited thus, the meal order then descends via elevator to take center stage on the table below surrounded by hungry diners, and both a visual spectacle and a decent meal comprised of fare like Angus beef cheeseburgers, fried pickles, chili cheese fries, and more are enjoyed by all.