Japan: Order Food Through iPad

In recent months, we have all gathered our own opinions on the Apple iPad, but for users in Japan who cannot get enough of it, they are now finding unique ways to use their device.

Apparently, according to Serkan Toto at CrunchGear, developers “Sharp” are now testing out the iPad in restaurants. They have come up with the idea of getting rid of the hardcopy menu and replacing this with the iPad as a way of ordering. Recently, the self-ordering system for Izakaya, Japanese-style restaurants, is looking into the device. Customers would then have the benefit of choosing exactly what they want and ordering it directly onto the iPad.

For customers to the Izakayas and other Japanese restaurants, the idea of ordering your food and drink via a touch screen is not a new concept. For a number of years, customers have been able to do this, but now, this latest idea may move things up to the next level!

What do you think about this new concept? Do you like the idea of placing your order onto an iPad? Why not take a look at the video below. Give us your thoughts. To read more on this check out CrunchGear

  • http://www.facebook.com/gerald.f.shields Gerald F. Shields Jr.

    Nice.