As published by the Wall Street Journal on September 11, 2018, a Chinese chain of hot-pot restaurants-where diners prepare their own dishes by dunking meat and vegetables in bubbling spicy soup-is cooking up a $12 billion valuation that would match Domino’s Pizza!
Haidilao International Holding Ltd., which says it is China’s largest hot-pot group by sales, began taking orders last month for a Hong Kong initial public offering that could raise $801 million to $963 million, according to a term sheet.
Screen Goo High Contrast covered 580 square meters of screen surfaces throughout the flag ship restaurant in Beijing, China which cost over RMB100 million to build. The surround screens are lit by Optoma projectors giving the customers a highly immersive visual experience.
The flagship restaurant opened its doors a few days ago on the October 1 Chinese National Day celebration and there are 360 other locations opening up on a harried up schedule – Goo(d) business for Screen Goo!
One of the other remarkable features aside from the Screen Goo screens at Haidilao is Waiter Robots (!) which carry the ordered food and condiments to each customer table and back to the kitchen!
Here are some photos of the Screen Goo screens, the Waiter Robots and other sites at this restaurant: