World’s first robot kitchen serves 200 meals per hour

May 24, 2018, 8:11 AM EDT

Upset with bloated prices of quality, fast food, four MIT engineers decided to “reinvent” fast-food dining with an innovative intersection of hospitality and technology, and the result is an incredible robotic kitchen that rolls out 200 meals per hour.

Called “Spyce,” the restaurant is touted as the “world’s first” robotic kitchen that serves anything from rice or grain bowls to curries, salads, stir-frys, pasta and noodle bowls with the help of seven automated cooking woks, writes Dezeen.

Human workers are still required for preparing ingredients offsite and to garnish the final servings, but the whole idea of bowl meals at $7.50 within three minutes is impressive, notes GCR.

TAGS: Robotics