Eatsa is a new eatery in San Francisco that’s fully automated. It has no waiters. No order-taker. No counters.
Diners place their orders on iPads or their phones. The food appears in a cubby behind an LCD screen, which goes dark when the order is ready for pick-up.
All meals are quinoa-based, and a bowl of each is priced at $6.95.
Those who grumble against technology will see this as another example of how machines are taking over our jobs. But to a misanthrope like me, this sounds like a wonderful place, though, I’ll admit, the food may not be quite to my taste.