A restaurant in Nepal replaced the people-waiters with robots. Guests are offered to place an order using touch screens. After a while, robot Ginger brings everything to the table. True, he is not able to arrange dishes: visitors must independently pick up everything they need from the tray.
Now there are three waiter robots in a restaurant in Kathmandu. Reuters notes that while they are not very agile, but extremely popular, especially among children, who scatter with laughter from the robots passing through the hall.