SweetSpot is designed with huge glass panels to beam in natural sunlight, guests and visitors can bask in the panoramic scenic waterfront whilst savoring fine dining with premium food and drink selections of your choice.
“SweetSpot at ArtScience Museum is a step forward in our journey to elevate health and wellness dining. We want our visitors to know that eating healthy can also be a fun and flovourful experience. The new café, paired with its scenic location by the waterfront, will be a wonderful complement to our existing line-up of culinary offerings,” said Christine Kaelbel – Shares, Vice President of Food and Beverage, Marina Bay Sands.
Did you know that Sweetspot has the first-ever commercial robotic barista?
Debuting at the flagship SweetSpot is Singapore’s first commercial robotic barista developed by local entrepreneur Keith Tan. The fully automated 6-axis robot has been customized to make different combinations of coffee at four times the rate of any human barista. Upon payment, all to-go beverage orders are personalized before being programmed to the robotic barista. Once ready, guests can pick up their cup at the service counter fitted with digital screens indicating their names.
It was pretty amazing to see how the robot was able to make any kind of customized order with ease and accuracy. From start to end, the robot prepared Cappuccino with Skim Milk seamlessly. The coffee itself was good and tasty too, with full-bodied flavor from the roasted beans and a touch of richness from the milk. You can get your caffeine fix with a handcrafted cup of artisan coffee, carefully brewed using premium blends that are sustainably sourced from certified farmers. For a quick boost of energy on the go, you can savor their nutritious smoothies as well with various spread of healthy food spread.
The robotic coffee barista employs assembly line-style robot to build your coffee orders for you. SweetSpot will be trail blazer making the café a great player in Singapore’s automated eatery scene that will gain traction across the city in the near future as Singapore is becoming a Smart Nation in due time.
The trend might garner pushback for impeding on jobs that could be filled by actual humans yet it feels the likeness of SweetSpot’s Robot Barista. SweetSpot focuses on “human working alongside technology” not replacing them. And though the barista is robot, a living and breathing SweetSpot specialist is always on-site your service, hence will enhance productivity for humans to focus more on personalized attention to guests by offering each visitor an impeccable attention that will make any visitor feel at home.