This is the kind of thing I was hoping to see when I visited Japan five years ago. I was disappointed. But my dream is finally a reality: an all-robot restaurant has opened in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang province in China.

The robots don’t just make the food – they also greet the guests. Each one cost $32,000 to make and can serve food for five hours before needing a recharge. Some of the robots cook, some wait tables by travelling around a track, and some sing to guests as they eat.

It’s a shame we’ve already booked our summer holiday: this is definitely on the travel bucket list.

Robot Restaurant: Digital Bistro uses 18 kinds of robots to make and serve food (Huffington Post)

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Claire Broadley

Technical writer, blogger, and editor at Red Robot Media
Claire Broadley is CEO at Red Robot Media and Lead Editor at Digital.com. She is a professional tech blogger writing for a range of publications on online privacy, consumer technology, and small business services.
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