In a city considered the most romantic in the whole wide world, what could be better than having a slice of enigmatic Italy- pizza- rather make that the country’s finest export to the endlessly delectable world of culinary delight? Well, they say when you are in Paris, then there are a plethora of tantalising experiences with which you can charm yourself. And not everything, mind you, begins or ends with clicking a selfie in front of the most illustrious structure of them all Eiffel Tower! Be amid nature’s glory as you walk in the Parc Monceau. Explore Paris’ serene greenery as you sip your coffee whilst walking around the Coulee Verte! If you are getting bored, which is a rarity, you can simply drop down by the scintillating Cafeotheque, which is just down the Seine!
Moreover, you could take a night cruise of the Seine and explore Paris’ by night, nevermind if you still haven’t seen Woody Allen’s brilliance in Midnight in Paris! And more specifically, where it comes to the ‘now,’ you could crumble a kind of pizza in Paris that’s hitherto been less known and is surely catching up amid people from all walks of life!
So what’s this whole deal about a relatively new form of pizza in Paris all about?
In an age where engineering might have enabled to let humans rest and robots do the job, just imagine how might it be to have a machine prepare your pizza and have it served to you?
Don’t believe it? Well, none did at first!
Believe it or not, but a 34-year-old creator of a one-of-a-kind Pazzi robot in Pizza states that clients over at his pizzeria can actually watch machines intricately prepare a portion of delectable Italian cheesy delight whilst no human is involved in the process, the pizza preparation process and the point of its delivery onto your table perfectly co-ordinated and synchronised akin to watching a ballet dancer perform at London-bound Royal Albert Hall!
It’s more of a performance pizza than anything if you like.
And as for how Deccan Herald, among India’s most revered newspapers, put it, this is what is up for grabs:
It’s a pretty cool and relaxed atmosphere,” says Sebastian Roverso. “The idea is that you spend a few pleasant minutes watching the robot while waiting.” Or as the sign says in English out front: “Come for the show, Stay for the Pizza!” Roverso and a fellow engineer Cyrill Hamon, launched their adventure eight years ago in a family garage, securing millions of euros from venture funds including the state-owned development bank, Bpifrance.
We’re finalising contracts for new spots” in Paris, “and in March or April we’ll open in Switzerland,” said Philippe Goldman, a former L’Oreal executive who came on as managing director for the start-up. The Pazzi robots are almost completely autonomous and won’t be susceptible to breakdowns.
That being said, in an age no stranger to experimentation, more so where it comes to food and the world of culinary wonder, one suspects, who really would mind witnessing a show of perfect synchronicity where a pizza ultimately ends up in your mouth, with the others around you being just mere passengers of sorts, of a show, where for a change, machines are in control, and no longer other human beings!