I have a single solution for this question- CLOUD KITCHENS, These “cloud kitchens” will dispense a place to prepare food for incoming orders and delivers food to the customers’ doorstep, with no dine in facilities. you could only order the food from these kitchens through apps and restaurant management systems. The rise in these innovative startups, along with increased personal chefs, catering, box delivery, pop up kitchen and food events may make the demand for commercial kitchen space the rate limiting step to continue the trends.
Cloud kitchen restaurants focus on maximizing the number of orders per day, by focusing on mass production of food and minimizing the overall production and packaging time. Restaurants are now also looking to automate the preliminary aspects of food production to cut down time. This would be achieved by adopting the Hub and Spokes model. Food is prepared preliminary at the main kitchen, called the Hub and then delivered to the spokes or the food outlets, where the remaining cooking is done. Through this method we can gain more than normal restaurants with less investment of money and space. So Cloud computing has proved a boon not only for the IT industry but also for businesses operating in food and hospitality industry.