The Robot Chief Chef learns to mimic movements you teach it and makes food (like yummy omelets) by reapplying those same moves. Watch the little guy cook for students on YouTube.
Don't let it's appearance fool you--this hidden robot, which made it's debut at the SXSW fest this past year, can take your order via smartphone and have your piping hot coffee ready in 30 seconds. See the Briggo in action on YouTube.
While it looks a little creepy, this sushi robot hand can make your sushi orders in a snap without the help of a human.
So Much Sushi
The Suzumo sushi robot can make up to 3,600 pieces of sushi per hour. Read more about how the sushibot works here.
These ramen robots prepare, cook, and pour your ramen for you. When they're not cooking, the bots serve as entertainment; telling jokes and having sword fights. See the ramen robots in action at here.
This 3D burrito "printer" was developed by New York University graduate student, Marko Manriquez.He hopes that the design will be efficient enough to some day feed the burrito-crazed masses. Needless to say, Chipotle will never be the same again.
Pie in the Machine
Pizza tossers be envious--this"Let's Pizza" vending machine can cook the perfect pie for you in about three minutes. The pizza bot has been successfully marketed in the U.K. and will be hitting the U.S. this summer. See how the pizza machine spins at here.
This robot takes the cake (and makes it, too). The Okonomiyaki Robot has the ability to stir ingredients, pour them, flip the savory pancakes on the griddle, and serve them with the condiments of your choice. Watch it make delicious food on YouTube.
With the proliferation of food generating robots these days, who needs a chef? These bots are a dream come true in the kitchen, and can make you an omelette, brew you a cup of coffee, and even build you a burrito--all without the human touch.