There is A LOT more that could be added here. -- Paradise Lost and Found 14:39, 24 March 2006 (UTC)
Is this actually what appeared in the Replimat set decoration? -- When it rains... it pours 19:21, 31 March 2006 (UTC)
- Welcome to the Replimat!
- Replimat is well known for its wide varieties of exotic culinary delights. We've searched the galaxy, from the blistering plains of Vulcan's Anvil, to the cool and scintillating delicacies of Risa.
- Replimat has worked hard to delight your discriminating palate. So relax and enjoy the pleasures of Replimat, the restaurant at the end of the galaxy. May we suggest wonderful Kolanese stew, simmered to perfection and served with steamed Azna. Ferengi Tubegrubbs chilled just so, a wonderful compliment to our famous Stardrifter. And as extra special desert, Idanian Spice Pudding." These are the words with which The Replimat greets interstellar travelers, to make a selection of their fine cuisine.
Different replicators for food & drink? Edit
In DS9: "The Homecoming", Sisko gets a Raktijino from one replicator and then walks across the replimat to get food from another. Could this suggest that one replicator can only produce drink and one food? Only I can't imagine why that would be the case? -- TrekFan Talk 15:40, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
- I doubt from a technological standpoint this is a requirement. Therefore I would guess this is done at the replimat for more functional reasons, such as patron flow. Perhaps having everyone go to the same replicators slows things down too much when many are just going for coffee. Kind of like the coffee shop/bakery I was at today, where the lines for ordering baked goods/coffee is separate from that for sandwiches and soup. The people at the cash registers are perfectly capable of both jobs, but customer flow is more efficient by separating the lines. --OuroborosCobra talk 16:42, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
- The Replimat is designed after the original menu-free Automat cafes. Each item you wanted to get came from a different slot in the wall. I take it that each replicator is preconfigured to serve one item, instead of configured to take a verbal order among items "on the menu". --TribbleFurSuit 19:01, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
- OK. Is there a question here?--31dot 01:10, October 2, 2011 (UTC)