Are Grain Bowls Made by Robots the Food of the Future?
Spyce’s robotic kitchen opens today in Boston. The reason you might want to know that is because it’s an entirely new type of restaurant. Instead of a crew of line cooks, dishwashers, and prep chefs, Spyce has a spinning line of seven robotic woks that do the cooking autonomously. Customers order on a touchscreen, and the mecha-kitchen automatically starts preparing the meal. The restaurant only has three human employees working at a time: Two employees garnish and deliver the bowls, and one guides customers through the experience. Check out the video above to get a look inside how the kitchen works, and how a Spyce lunch compares to a more traditional fast-casual meal.
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