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Touch screen menus

  • Apr 20, 2016
  • by Alina

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Some restaurant in Japan use the touch menu system to serve their customers. The touch menu is meant to simplify the ordering process, so instead of having their orders taken traditionally by waiters or waitresses, customers can browse the various menus and order without having to wait.
They improve the speed and efficiency of the restaurant and give its clients the option to visualise full meals before they even decide what to order.
Since the orders are clarified, it is also easier for the kitchen, making mistakes less likely.

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These types of menus are also ideal for tourists and people who don’t speak Japanese, as they usually have an English option as well. In addition, lots of photos makes the ordering even much easier.
With the touch of a finger, diners scroll through menu categories including entrees and salads, appetisers, main courses, rice and noodles, beverages, etc.
The diners then touch the “Order now” tab and the request is sent to the kitchen where a team of chefs starts cooking. Within minutes the dish is at the table, so diners can eat while deciding what else to try.

Using one of these menus might just be one of the best culinary experiences, as it has a richer content than the traditional menus and it allows you to view pictures, ingredients, recommended dishes and so much more.

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