- Robotics has developed so much that there are people who have an automated restaurant
- Located at 241 Washington St. in Boston’s Downtown Crossing, Spyce is using a technology to maximize cooking safety
Are you tired of waiting for your order to come? Maybe we can look forward to this innovation in the near future.
An automated robot kitchen, Spyce, located at 241 Washington St. in Boston’s Downtown Crossing is using a technology to maximize cooking safety.
Started by a group of 20-something robotics engineers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology who partnered with Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud, the new restaurant in downtown Boston is founded on the idea that a fulfilling meal can be more science than spontaneity, according to NDTV.
“Once you place your order, we have an ingredient delivery system that collects them from the fridge,” 26-year-old co-founder Michael Farid said.
“The ingredients are portioned into the correct sizes and then delivered to a robotic wok, where they are tumbled at 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The ingredients are cooked and seared. And once the process is complete, the woks tilt downward and put food into a bowl. And then they’re ready to be garnished and served.”
Each bowl costs $7.50 without add-ons or replacements and only takes just 180 sec to prepare a meal. There are seven on the menu now; each designed by acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud, with options for vegetarians, vegans, and people eating gluten-free.
Article originally posted by kickerdaily.