Is Tossed forgoing the cash for contactless?

TossedThere are a reports out today that health restaurant, Tossed, will be doing away with cash only take payments by credit or debit cards, or contactless  and mobile payments in two new restaurants with a view to getting rid of cash altogether.

The two newly-planned restaurants in central London will also be asking customers to use self-service kiosks for ordering their salads. The new service will use touch screen menus and food will be collected from a collection point. There is also the opportunity to use the restaurants website or mobile app for ordering.

Vincent McKevitt, founder of Tossed, said, ‘Most operators face speed and capacity issues at lunchtime, but ours are intensified because we make our food fresh-to-order and most guests like to customise their food to suit their health and taste requirements. This unique solution allows our team to focus their energy on our speed of production.”

Tossed plans to roll out the cashless self-service model to all of its 26 restaurants. ‘Guest feedback from the trials has been very positive: people like to be able browse in their own time and customise what they eat, completing a great experience with tasty, bespoke, healthy food, served quickly,’ he added.

Is this the future for restaurants – entirely cash free?

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