Cafe X

Robotic Coffee Bars

5.0/5
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The world's most advanced system for serving artisanal coffee, tea, and more. Utilizing an industrial robot arm with a quirky personality, Cafe X's Robotic Coffee Bars are capable of consistently producing up to three drinks in 40 seconds. With the mobile app, guests can order ahead and pick up their drink within seconds.

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13 Reviews5.0/5
Hans Lee
CTO, Freedom Robotics

We got to try out Cafe X when it first started up and came to see the robots but really enjoyed the coffee so have been back a ton of times.

Pros:

Good coffee, easy to use, app makes it fast, love the robots

Cons:

Small shops so you can't sit there

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Cynthia Yeung
Maker
COO, Cafe X
Thanks for your support! Make sure you check out our coffee packs for even better value: https://cafexapp.myshopify.com/
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Kartik SathappanProduct Manager / Angel Investor

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Pros:

Good, fast, cheap, and serves Oatly.

Cons:

Can't make a matcha without sugar.

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Cynthia Yeung
Maker
COO, Cafe X
Appreciate your feedback! Would you prefer a plain matcha (no milk, just water)? We're constantly refining our menu.
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Adam WildavskyRetired (for now) software engineer

Bring one to my neighborhood, please!

Pros:

Fast and delicious. Consistent. Has a Decaf option.

Cons:

Not yet widely available.

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Brand loyalty is about consistency of product and experience; Cafe X nails both. I know that my coffee will be perfect so I can focus on new menu items or place my regular order with no worries about quality. Why settle for burnt bitter coffee or standing in line for 30 minutes for a great espresso when Cafe X exists?

Pros:

100% Accurate 100% of the Time. Coffee is always perfect, from temperature to taste. Love that I can also choose local dairy!

Cons:

There isn't one of these in every airport. Please make that happen. Pretty please?

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great coffe and fast service

Pros:

fast and good coffe

Cons:

Sometimes its complicated with international phone numbers

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