US – A new era is dawning in the food industry centered around the innovation technology of Artificial Intelligence.

Championing this new technology is Nala Robotics, Inc which announced that it is opening the world’s first state-of-the-art intelligent restaurant, in Naperville, Illinois, at Route 59 and Ogden Ave. this April, 2021.

According to a statement from Nala, the AI-based robotic kitchen can create dishes from any cuisine around the world, using authentic recipes from celebrated chefs.

Thanks to their proprietary hardware and software, each order placed to the robotic chef is created precisely as requested, ensuring every customer receives their food customized to their preferences and dietary requirements.

Modifications like “Easy on Spices”, “No Salt”, “Allergic to Peanuts”, or “Keto Specific Ingredients” are guaranteed to be fulfilled by the AI-driven restaurant, simply by placing an order through the Nala App.

“Nala is the culmination of our years of research to bring a chef’s passionate culinary creations to life and customize it for every connoisseur’s taste using robotics and Artificial Intelligence.”

Ajay Sunkara – President, Nala Robotics

The flagship restaurant is expected to be the first step in transforming the food service industry with AI-powered service, addressing many of the issues affecting restaurant owners during COVID-19.

Nala Robotics provides consumers an endless variety of cuisine without potential contamination from human contact.

For their debut, Nala will offer the menus of 10 restaurants in one. The robotic kitchen is a pizza parlor, burger joint, and chicken wing shack all at once.

Additionally, international cuisines to be on offer include: Italian, Thai, Mexican, Chinese, Indian, Mediterranean, and Portuguese.

Thanks to the AI-controlled robotic chef, each dish can be cooked to perfection, with the recipes of celebrity chefs from around the world.

“We are eager to see our years of hard work put into action this April and expect Nala to be one of the biggest gamechangers in restaurant automation,” said Vijay Kodali, the company’s Chief Technology Officer.

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