Self-Ordering Restaurant Kiosk System
Toast self-ordering kiosks simplify the guest ordering experience. Whether used alongside terminals and handhelds or as a restaurant's only option, Toast kiosks improve throughput in high-volume restaurants.
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Give your guests control over their restaurant experience with the choice to order at a self-order kiosk.
Toast restaurant kiosks allow customers to place orders through a touchscreen, customize their selections, and route their orders directly to the kitchen.
Reduce wait times with self-ordering kiosks that customers can place orders through directly.
Toast's restaurant kiosks are ideal for fast casual concepts where speed of service during the busiest times is essential.
Improved throughput with self-ordering kiosks increases the total number of customers you can serve at any given time.
With Toast restaurant kiosks, your customers are able to order exactly what they want. The kiosk interface allows guest to customize their order to their exact specifications.
Plus, now your former order-taking staff are freed up to focus on customer happiness, food production, and other mission-critical business functions.
Upselling is built in to Toast self-service kiosks. With an intuitive layout and sleek, branded design, you can customize your menu categories, pictures, and product descriptions.
Customers can easily edit their order as they check out. Take advantage of upselling by prominently featuring high-margin items your guests may want to try on the kiosk screen.
All Toast kiosks are PCI compliant, meaning every credit card payment is safe, secure, and immediately encrypted.
Plus, all reports of kiosk activity are integrated into your reports, so you can view your data anywhere, anytime in the cloud.
"With the Toast kiosks, there’s more interaction between the staff and our customers because they’re out there talking to them without the barrier of a counter. We’re seeing a higher average ticket size because people buy with their eyes. They’re adding more items to their kiosk basket than they would at the counter. "
– Jon Arbitman, Protein Bar