There's a new staff member at Greengrocer, but she's not human.
Meet Bella the robot.
Her job is to deliver food to your table from the kitchen.
Greengrocer owner Con Toparis thought it would be a great idea to purchase one after being alerted to the robot by his son Eli who saw it in the media.
The cafe has had it for a week now and Mr Toparis is loving the extra help.
"It makes the staff's jobs slightly easier and is also a bit of a novelty for the consumer," he said.
She features superior human-robot interaction capabilities and will improve both efficiency and productivity in the cafe while also minimising the risk of viruses like COVID-19.
"She knows the layout of the shop and where every table is, so when you tell her what table to go to, she goes there," Mr Toparis said.
"It also has sensors so it doesn't run into people or furniture."
You may think Bella, who has received good feedback, is there to replace a staff member, but she is actually there for the opposite reason.
"People may think we're trying to replace a staff member, but it's definitely not the case," he said.
"The hospitality industry is heavily affected by COVID-19 and there is a genuine labour shortage in the country, especially in this industry.
"We've tried to keep a lot of our staff, but they're uncertain about what they want to do.
"That's why we've got Bella; to help with our staff shortages."
Bellabot, the name of the product, was created at the start of 2020.
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