Denny's, the popular American restaurant chain known for its delicious breakfast and comfort food offerings, has introduced BellaBot, a cutting-edge addition to its restaurant service team in Canada. With over 1,700 restaurants worldwide, Denny's is constantly innovating to enhance the dining experience for its customers, and BellaBot is the latest example of their commitment to providing exceptional service.
BellaBot is a sleek and futuristic-looking robot that is designed to assist Denny's staff by delivering meals from the kitchen to the front of the house. Equipped with advanced technology and sensors, BellaBot navigates smoothly through the restaurant, carefully avoiding obstacles, and ensuring that orders are delivered promptly and efficiently. With its friendly interaction and eye-catching design, BellaBot has become an instant hit with both kids and adults alike, adding a touch of excitement to the dining experience at Denny's.
"We are thrilled to introduce BellaBot to our team in Canada," says Mark Stevens, CEO of Denny's Canada. "We are always looking for ways to enhance our guests' experience, and BellaBot is a perfect example of how technology can be seamlessly integrated into our restaurant operations to provide exceptional service."
BellaBot's arrival at Denny's has been met with enthusiasm from both customers and staff. Kids are especially fascinated by the robot's futuristic appearance and friendly demeanor. Many have been seen eagerly watching BellaBot as it navigates through the restaurant, eagerly anticipating their meals. Adults are equally impressed with BellaBot's efficiency and the added convenience it brings to their dining experience.
In addition to its delivery capabilities, BellaBot also serves as a helpful tool for Denny's staff. By taking care of meal deliveries, BellaBot allows Denny's team members to focus on other aspects of customer service, such as taking orders, providing recommendations, and ensuring a comfortable dining environment. This innovative use of technology has been well-received by Denny's staff, who appreciate the support that BellaBot provides in delivering an exceptional dining experience to their customers.
As a leader in innovative technology solutions, Bothub, a renowned provider of cutting-edge robots for the hospitality industry, takes pride in offering the latest advancements to enhance the operations of businesses like Denny's. With BellaBot's successful implementation at Denny's restaurants in Canada, Bothub is excited to continue providing state-of-the-art robots that revolutionize the way restaurants operate and elevate the overall dining experience for customers.
To learn more about BellaBot and other innovative solutions offered by Bothub, visit 'https://bothub.com.au/product/bellabot/' or contact us for more information.
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We’ve seen robot waiters before. Whether a novelty to get more customers or a necessity to battle staff shortages, robots have been becoming increasingly more common in the restaurant industry. The newest robot waiter from Shenzhen, China-based PuduTech puts a bit of a new spin on things. Meet Bella-Bot. It’s part waiter, part cat, and all robot. Like other robot waiters, it will bring food from kitchen to table. What makes BellaBot a bit different is its feline-like qualities. The onboard screen features a digital cat face to greet and react to customers.
Bella Bot also includes an “advanced tactile feedback system.” So after the robot cat waiter delivers a meal, customers can scratch it on the head and pointy little ears rewarding it for a job well done. If the customer pets it the right way it will smile. If the person does not, BellaBot will give a look of dismay. The robot is also programmed with a variety of unique phrases. Other her friendly persona pre-programmed for the hospitality industry, BellaBot also has four stacked shelves where meal trays can be placed, customizable delivery functions, and a navigation system that will allow it to safely maneuver around restaurant customers, tables and chairs, and its human coworker.
At CES, PuduTech is also showcasing two other service-industry robots, including its faceless PuduBot and HolaBot, which has been designed to return dishes from the dining area to the kitchen. HolaBot can carry a total of 60 kilograms (132 pounds) worth of tableware on its built-in three-layer trays, and PuduTech says that adds up to 120 small plates, 39 large plates, and 33 bowls in one trip.
We will cover Hola-Bot in later posts, so keep a keen eye out! -