I don't know about anyone else, but if I go to a real sit-down restaurant, I want an actual human server, not a robot or some other form of 'automation', and I sure as heck don't want a robot or some automation preparing my food, either. If that was my only other choice then I'd just as soon stay home and cook my own food.
Given the direction in which these "trade" deals are going I suspect it won't be too long before cooking at home becomes prohibitive.
Just imagine vastly expanded "Intellectual property" laws integrated with micropayments and the internet-of-things:
You'll have to pay royalties to everyone from Monsanto (base food stuffs), through Samsung (gotta pay each time you use the microwave) to whoever wrote the recipe (recipe's aren't currently copyrightable but lets wait and see).
Of course you could get some recipe advice via a cooking show that you watch on your IOT fridge.
You'll have to watch all the ads now of course as adblockers are a way of helping the terrorists.
Think I'm trolling? This scenario isn't a big stretch from where we're at now.