Welcome to China's latest 'robot restaurant'

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Kenrick Davis

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Meals are delivered by a rail system, or on trays by the robots. Image: @碧桂园 on Weibo
Fast food is one of three categories of food available. Image: @碧桂园 on Weibo
The restaurant's noodle-making robot alone can churn out up to 120 dishes per hour. Image: @碧桂园 on Weibo
The robots can also make deserts too. Image: @碧桂园 on Weibo

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