iPad menu

A Sydney restaurant is using touch screen iPads as menus.

06 Jul 2010

Global Mundo Tapas eatery at the Rydges Hotel in North Sydney are making sure their customers have the latest technology at their fingertips by replacing boring old menus with awesome iPads.

Order a steak and the application asks how you would like the meat cooked, and placing your order can be done with the press of a button.

Planned features include pop-up boxes that will suggest wines to match meals, and stock-control mechanisms to delete sold-out items from the menu.

Very handy for both the restaurant and the customers… but what happens when you spill your wine on the R4000 menu?

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