Replacing waiters with helter-skelters and computers is fun for the customers. It also makes financial sense for the restaurant.
A plate of food whizzes down from the kitchen
"You can save labour costs," explains restaurant spokesperson Kyra Mueller-Siecheneder.
"You don't need the waiters to run to the customers, take the orders, run to the kitchen and back to the guests."
The restaurant has not completely done away with the human touch. There are still some staff on hand to explain to rather bemused customers how to use the technology.