Is this high-tech eatery the future of dining?

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With its minimalistic interior, Eatsa is a fully-automated cafeteria with no human interaction.

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No lines. No cashier. No nonsense. We’re engineered to get you in and out fast. This is, in short, the concept of Eatsa, a newly opened fast-food restaurant in San Francisco. Making quinoa the star of its menu, this eatery takes pride in serving fresh and nutritious food, but with zero human interaction.

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There are no cues, since guests order their food on an in-store touch screens and pay electronically. In less than two minutes, their name comes up on a transparent LCD screen boxand their made-to-order bowl is ready to go. Since all orders are taken through this system, previous orders are saved, which makes ordering much faster.

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“Eatsa is reinventing fast food by combining the speed and affordability of fast food with the nutritious ingredients,” says Tim Young, co-founder of Eatsa. “By developing new technology to automate every aspect of the food experience, we are able to deliver a product with the best qualities of premium fast casual at a price point that is accessible to everyone.”

With its minimalistic and modern design – and a fleet of iPad kiosks – innovation and smart technologies are the main ingredients of Eatsa’s interior. This high-tech cafeteria could easily fit for an episode of The Jetsons, however, there is no doubt that Eatsa redefines the concept of “fast food” and (un)necessary interactions by offering a glimpse into the future.

 

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