San Francisco eatery Eatsa is set to unveil a new healthy, fast food restaurant in downtown that looks to feature a nearly entirely automated experience. Eatsa features a predominantly quinoa focused menu, alongside other customizable healthy dining options, at an incredibly low cost. But unique to the concept is Eatsa's removal of the human element in its restaurant. Patrons order at a tablet kiosk located on a counter in the front of the restaurant. The food later appears in a cubby hole minutes later, no human interaction required.
While chefs are still required to cook the food, owners state they have plans to replace most of the cooking and serving with robots in the near future. Offering a somewhat futuristic, totally unique dining experience, has Eatsa gone too far in its quest for efficiency? Read More