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According to the Handy Eats terminal entries, the robots were programmed off of a basic and primitive series of laws which can be attributed to their quick tendency to attack the Sole Survivor. They apparently took their instruction to serve customers too literally and would attempt to turn their customers into meals.
A one-room diner entirely run by two Mister Handies, with several booths, except one, that is filled with skeletons that the waitron will continuously refer to as "customers." The other side of the diner features Cook Handy who has a bar situated around him with various food items and a cash register, with a back door behind him which leads to a small patio and walkway.
- Fishing tournament ad - On a table on the outside sitting area.
Before reporting to The Director, the robots will attack the Sole Survivor if they are seated by the waitron and the speech check dialogue option is failed.
Handy Eats appears only in Fallout 4.
Behind the scenes
The programmer's note in the hostess' terminal speaks of "principles" the robots are to follow and are referred to as "laws." The note is from and signed by someone named "Isaac." This is a reference to Isaac Asimov and his Three Laws of Robotics.