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Aussie bistro bumps menus for iPad

7 June 2010 5,475 views 4 Comments

We’ve seen the iPad music meme born and witnessed iPad porn. Now, behold the iPad optimized dining experience. A restaurant in Sydney, Australia has ditched paper menus for a decidedly digital solution, the MenuPad app running on Apple’s latest creation.

News.com Oz reports that Sydney’s Global Mundo Tapas restaurant has replaced their analog (i.e. paper) menus with the MenuPad app running on the iPad.

“We have something that presents really well, sells our food really well and is absolutely dynamic,” said Craig Simpson, general manager, Global Mundo Tapas, adding that the iPad will enhance the dining experience.

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Diners can browse, preview and place their orders wirelessly, though human hands will still bring food from the kitchen to tables. I’m guessing patrons will adjust their tips accordingly…

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