There's a very unique restaurant in Tokyo where the entire service is automated. This high-tech dining spot doesn't have any servers at all. Instead, the food is put on conveyer belts so you can choose what you are interested in eating.
A tableside screen allows you to place special orders that arrive via the conveyer belt. Done eating? Slide your plates onto a small shute that calculates your bill. It's an amazing unique restaurant where the only humans at work are in the kitchen.
See the automated sushi restaurant in all its glory in this video courtesy of the BBC's Spencer Kelley:
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