Ramen Noodle Shop Uses Cooperative Culinary Robots for Service

 - Aug 7, 2009
References: blog.makezine & dvice
Sometimes employees can be a hassle when times are rough, but not if they don’t have emotions (which I believe most humans do). These culinary robots are solving huge problems for Ramen Noodle Shop in Nagoya, Japan.

The culinary robots are actually two rather large arms that perform (with great precision) all the necessary steps to prepare customer's orders. These two arms make up to 80 bowls a day and never get tired (they’d better not).

It makes for a quiet kitchen area which, if you’ve ever worked in fast food before (which I have), is a manager’s dream.