Melbourne restaurant Superhiro delights diners with its waiter robots that serve your food

Futuristic Australian restaurant delights diners with its team of ROBOT servers: ‘It’s a ‘must’

  • A Melbourne restaurant delights diners with its robots for table service
  • Superhiro in the city’s CBD has lagged in bot usage since August
  • Foodies and bloggers posted about the futuristic servers online










Foodies love this Japanese restaurant in the heart of Melbourne where diners get their food served by a robot.

Japanese restaurant and bar Superhiro in Melbourne’s CBD has been testing the use of robot servers since August last year.

The restaurant’s futuristic waiters are delighting diners and popping up all over social media.

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Japanese restaurant and bar Superhiro in Melbourne’s CBD has lagged in the use of robot servers since August last year

The restaurant's futuristic waiters are delighting diners and popping up all over social media

The restaurant’s futuristic waiters are delighting diners and popping up all over social media

Blogger Abi Su, who goes by Sydney Foodie Gal Pal online, visited Superhiro while on vacation in Melbourne and called it a “must-try” in a video posted on Tikok.

“It’s always so exciting to go to a restaurant and there’s something about it that makes it super interactive,” she said in the clip.

“Ten out of ten experiences – would stay again.”

Blogger Abi Su, who goes by Sydney Foodie Gal Pal online, visited Superhiro while on vacation in Melbourne and called him a

Blogger Abi Su, who goes by Sydney Foodie Gal Pal online, visited Superhiro while on vacation in Melbourne and called him a ‘must see’ in a video posted on Tiko

Superhiro serves a range of authentic Japanese dishes including the 40cm long Tasmanian salmon sushi roll (pictured), katsu curry, signature salmon teriyaki and tempura udon soup

Superhiro serves a range of authentic Japanese dishes including the 40cm long Tasmanian salmon sushi roll (pictured), katsu curry, signature salmon teriyaki and tempura udon soup

Abi’s video has racked up over 57,700 views with many viewers eager to meet Superhiro’s robot servers.

‘Oh my god YES! Definitely try this place,’ one person wrote.

‘We have to leave!’ says another.

Superhiro serves a range of authentic Japanese dishes including the 40cm long Tasmanian salmon sushi roll, curry katsu, signature salmon teriyaki and tempura udon soup.

Robot servers have become a hot trend lately, with more and more restaurants and cafes across the country “hiring” the gadgets.

Indonesian restaurant Ria Ayam Penyet, in Parramatta, Sydney, unveiled its team of robots to order and serve food when it reopened in November, proving to be a big hit with customers and on social media .

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