- Rohin Malhotra, Co-founder of Bengaluru, India-based startup Nymble Labs told The Sociable that kitchen robots will help people with the everyday eating scenario of today and its associated problems apart from the cooking itself.
- The robot can cook most one-pot meals like pastas, stir-fries, curries, rice dishes, soups, and stews and is targeted towards the US market as well as the Indian.
- Apart from Nymble Labs, Mechanical Chef is another Bengaluru-based startup that has designed a robotic kitchen that can cook over 20 Indian dishes, targeting bachelors or young couples who are both working.
Will Kitchen Robots Change The Way We Eat?
27 March 2019 1:20 PM GMT