Chicago Restaurant Adds App for Meal Customization

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Chicago Restaurant Adds App for Meal Customization

05/01/2018

Square Roots Kitchen, a tech-enabled fast-casual restaurant has launched its new restaurant app that is available for download in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The app works in conjunction with the store front, allowing for complete control over all aspects of the meal, taking into account diets, allergies and preferences for the customer. Square Roots Kitchen is known for their customizable wraps, salads and bowls.

With nutrition and flavor at the forefront of every dish, Square Roots Kitchen has found a way to make healthy food delicious and personalized. Because of this, SRK is excited to announce their continued dedication to meal customization with an app that encompasses all aspects of the store. Features of the app include:

  • Build Your Own Feature
  • Allergy and Diet Customization
  • Order Tracking
  • Seamless Group Ordering
  • Patent-Pending Macro and Micro Nutrient Calculator

 

“Our goal for launching the app was to ensure that it was user friendly and worked in conjunction with our storefront. It allows for users to store their payment information, address, favorites and even assign a nickname to their favorite dish. Their account information can also be easily accessed at our storefront kiosks, making for a seamless user experience” said Jason White, co-founder and CTO.

The technology featured in Square Roots Kitchen stands among the most innovative in the foodservice industry. When customers enter the storefront, they are greeted by multiple 32-inch vertical touch panels that allow for total meal customization while ordering with the ability to instantly receive nutrition information. With the launch of the SRK app, customers can now have that same experience on their mobile device for easy pickup and delivery. But the technology going on behind the scenes is even more impressive. SRK is not just implementing technology in ordering, but rather using their proprietary software as a full Kitchen Management System and automating many processes that traditionally were done manually in restaurants. With a reduced headcount of staff they are able to run a leaner operation with labor while also paying a premium wage to their high quality food service workers.