The concept takes form in Spyce Kitchen, a completely autonomous mini-restaurant that boasts a refrigerator, dishwasher, stovetop, and yes, a robotic chef.
Using fresh ingredients, the machine master can serve up an entree in less than five minutes.
And if you re not totally into the descriptions listed, you can make adjustments to the ingredients, the sauces, and even the serving sizes.
And once you re satisfied with your order, just grab a bowl and place it under one of the rotating, automated cooking pots that serves up your meal.
Our vision is to transform the meaning of fast food, the team, comprised of Kale Rogers, Michael Farid, Braden Knight, and Luke Schlueter, told Tech Insider in an email.
Of course, robots in the food industry haven t always met with success — after all, a restaurant in China did recently get rid of its entire machine staff after realizing they simply couldn t serve its customers needs.