A restaurant here in London is delivering its customers’ food orders in a unique way: via an iPad-controlled quadrocopter. The Yo! Sushi restaurant in Soho is promoting its new sushi burgers by delivering them to diners’ tables via the “iTray” — a quadrocopter fitted with a tray for the food, controlled by an iPad.

If you’ve eaten at a Yo! Sushi before, you know that the company likes innovative ways of delivering its food. Its restaurants currently feature conveyor belts where diners can lift the items they want as they crawl past their tables.

While I give the company props for finding a creative techie way to promote its new menu item, I’m not sure if you can call something that uses fish as the main ingredient a “burger.”

Video: London resturant delivers food via iPad-controlled quadrocopter originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Mon, 10 Jun 2013 12:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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