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Bread and circuses: The most unusual restaurants in the world
A restaurant in an existing prison, robotic waiters, lunch surrounded by sharks and paid rudeness – some restaurateurs know how to stand out from a number of coffee houses and diners.
Turing Test for Waiters
At the Hajime Robot Restaurant in Bangkok, for some reason little-known among tourists, guests themselves participate in cooking (tables are equipped with electric stoves or barbecue grills), but its main feature is not at all in this: the functions of waiters are performed by robots. Visitors through the electronic menu order ready-made meals (rolls, sushi, salads) and raw ingredients for soup or barbecue, and after choosing food, click the Order to Robot button. A cute blinking robot pulls up to a table with trays, speaks with visitors and sets up plates, and then periodically returns to pick up dirty dishes and bring new dishes. Continue reading
Palm Branch Award Launched in Moscow
Chefs and owners of 11 restaurant nominees for the Palm Branch Award spoke to reporters at a press conference on the launch of the Palm Branch Festival of Restaurant Concepts
Restaurant Ribambel: Golden Palm 2013!
Chefs and owners of 11 restaurant nominees for the Palm Branch Award spoke to reporters at a press conference on the launch of the Palm Branch Festival of Restaurant Concepts and the launch of the Festival Menu.
The event took place on February 17 at the Ribambel restaurant – the owner of the Russian gold “Palm Branch 2012” and the international silver “Palm Branch”. Continue reading