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Eatsa's Robots Launch Quinoa-Based Breakfast Menu

It's quick, cheap, and you won't have to talk to people in the morning

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eatsa, the fully-automated fast food quinoa restaurant that is not actually run by robots, will now serve breakfast.

It's an ideal situation for those who don't consider themselves "morning people"—though the food is presumably made by real humans, the restaurant handily cuts out human interaction by allowing customers to order ahead of time and pick up their meals from glass cubbies on the wall. The bowls will cost $1.95-$3.95, and are available for customization with over 30 sweet and savory add-ins. Coffee and tea will also be on the docket.

Check out a sneak peek of some of the menu items below:


Southwestern Scramble
- a hearty breakfast burrito bowl with house-made salsa and guacamole

Mediterranean Scramble - served with feta and roasted chili sauce

Goat Cheese and Veggie Scramble - savory vegetables with goat cheese and chimichurri sauce

Spiced Apple Quinoa - warm and lightly seasoned with apple, cinnamon and almond milk

Yogurt Quinoa Parfait - a blended parfait with coconut, honey and vanilla.

The breakfast menu will be available at both locations (121 Spear St. and 1 California St.), and can be ordered via the app ahead of time, starting Tuesday, June 7.

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121 Spear St, San Francisco, CA 94105

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