No waitress needed



Photo from Phillie Casablanca via Flickr
  • Photo from Phillie Casablanca via Flickr

Inamo, a restaurant in London, has traded in its wait staff with a computer system where diners "can order from an illustrated menu, pay their bill, summon a taxi, play interactive games with fellow diners and even change the look of the table itself," according to the Chicago Tribune. Each table is transformed into an interactive computer by a screen that is beamed down from the ceiling. Guests can even select an option to watch the kitchen webcam and see their meal being made.

With no waitresses needed, does that mean customers don't need to tip?

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