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Welcome to the future: Bangkok’s robot restaurant

If you’ve ever traveled to Bangkok and missed out on dining at the Hajime Robot Restaurant, kick yourself now! It may look like a regular restaurant, serving up sushi, kurobuta and BBQ buffet, but Hajime is the first restaurant in Thailand to use ‘genius robots’ to serve food.

The Hajime robot was developed by Thai engineers and has ‘lots of abilities’ including gestures and expressions, dancing and serving diners. And when you’re done eating, the robot even clears the table of your food. What’s even crazier is that the restaurant employs a further two robots in the kitchen to prepare food. Well, at least you won’t have to worry about finding a hair in your food when you dine here!

Via Hajime Restaurant


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