Food Goes Hi Tech

Food Goes Hi Tech
Gaming & Play
Dan Gould
  • 20 june 2008

Touch screen menus in restaurants are catching on as an alternative to “old fashioned” analog menus. Customers can browse through pictures and descriptions of food, ordering without the assistance of a server. Games and information can also be loaded in the systems to keep diners occupied while they wait for their food.

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