Self-service Ordering App for Restaurants

With self-service kiosks, customers can browse menu items and place their orders, allowing you to reduce labor costs, increase sales and improve the overall customer service experience.


Simple & Effective

Enjoy the following benefits of customers placing their own orders:

Improved Customer Experience

Showcase menu items with tasty images and detailed descriptions for customers to select from; while increasing order accuracy.

Pay & Print

Fast and easy payment via credit card or debit card, Apple Pay, Google Pay, WeChat Pay, Alipay, and more. Payment receipt prints on the spot, and includes order number and details.

Receive Orders

Orders are received via POS, a tablet application and kitchen printer.

Reduce Labor Costs

Free up employees from order-taking tasks and focus on providing the best customer experience.

Increase Your Revenue

With Upsell

Increase average ticket size by 30% via upsell suggestions during the ordering process.

Smart Kiosk

We offer fully equipped kiosks with 32" screens with the option to go on a stand or fixed on the wall. 21" kiosks are also available for smaller spaces and can go on the counter or wall.

KioskGourmet application is supported by all Android devices - you can even use your own!


Integration with Your POS

Kiosk orders are sent to your POS, via our integration with Deliverect.

More than 100 POS supported.

Multi Restaurants

Ghost Kitchens

Ghost kitchens are rising in popularity because they're a lower cost alternative to operating a traditional restaurant.

Share the costs between several restaurants, whether it's a Ghost kitchen or a food court, and display the different menus on one kiosk. KioskGourmet was designed for Ghost kitchens.

Kiosk Administration

Real-time Menu Updates

Easily update your menu options, images, or prices in real-time from your computer, tablet and/or phone.

You can even customize the look of your menu.

They are using Kioskgourmet

They Talk About Us

A restaurant owner who wishes to have a kiosk in his establishment (...) will have the advantage of being able to process more orders and to assign his employees - harder to find at the moment - to other tasks than taking orders



When a customer places an order, suggestions are offered, which an employee does not always do spontaneously. This results in a higher average ticket price.

Canadian Innovation Week


The increase in the number of take-out orders in restaurants due to dining room closures, as well as the labor shortage in the industry, prompted Brice to develop an order kiosk to facilitate service and reduce wait times.




No commitment
$129/ month

Cancel your plan anytime.

Include hardware & support

We offer turnkey solution that includes hardware & support. Volume discount available.

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