What it’s like to eat at Eatsa – Tech Insider

By Melia Robinson | August 31, 2015

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I just had a dining experience straight out of “The Jetsons.”

Futuristic fast-food chain Eatsa opened today near San Francisco’s Embarcadero Center. The vegetarian restaurant, which specializes in quinoa bowls that cost about $7, uses technology to automate the ordering and pick-up processes.

Customers can dine in or out without interacting with a single human. Yes, it’s a little scary.

Eatsa is backed by techie David Friedberg, who sold his big-data weather-prediction startup The Climate Corporation for about $1 billion in 2013.

For those expecting Rosie, the Jetson family’s robot maid, to roll out from behind the kitchen doors and deliver a quinoa bowl to your table — prepare to be disappointed. There are some smoke and mirrors at play.

But still, Eatsa is worth a visit for the sheer awe of its automation and quality of its food.

Source: What it’s like to eat at Eatsa – Tech Insider

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