So let me explain the frame/world first, I actually think all of it is relevant as some details would probably have quite the impact on the outcome. I was hesitant to post the question as it's quite a long read and I tried many variants on a TL;DR but couldn't quite condense it down to my liking (there still one at the end):
It's the year XX and humanity has advanced to a type 2 civilization on the Kardashev scale. Humanity went through quite a lot during that time... unending tragedy and suffering to the individual but humanity as a whole lived on (as it did always). A Dyson sphere provides energy and materials from within our solar system can be gathered and used. In this post-scarcity world, society has changed a lot. There are far fewer people alive (population slowly dwindled). Values have changed, everybody is in tip-top shape thanks to genetic engineering there are no environmental problems any longer.
Everybody lives in lavish mansions, very close and connected to nature. Parties are everywhere and can last up to many weeks (average lifespan is ~700 at this point). Weddings, childbirth, and death (although rare) are celebrated in a ridiculous extravagant fashion. Society values are: to not impact the environment and 'perfection' which everybody tries to strive for. As nobody needs to work anymore everybody can focus on hobbies, gaming, art or advancing the various systems in place that make the way of life possible.
This automated system includes mining robots, factory robots, etc. everything can be replaced, created and repaired automatically. There is no AI in place as it got out of control at one point in the past and humanity almost lost that war, now basically illegal (if used it has to be restricted quite a lot). Food is grown in automated farms. Processed and cooked on a daily basis and then served in various locations (like the outside dining area if it's a sunny day). This system overall is built to withstand everything that can happen (except for one very important thing). So meteors approaching earth are diverted. Buildings destroyed in natural catastrophes are rebuilt, there is enough data redundancy built in to withstand extreme widespread destruction.
A nanobot agent gets out of control and instead of just keeping everything clean it decides to disassemble humans which causes them to go extinct within minutes. Although the system in place is impeccable nobody designed it with humanity gone in mind. The system bugs out and get's stuck in a 200-year long loop of just replicating everything that it did during that time (every party, event etc.) over and over again.
This keeps up ~1 million years.
All topics that are not >evolution< are taking care of, assume them being handwaved, like how about people being in spaceships not on planet earth? (nanobot malfunctioned everywhere at the same time).
I have chosen such a long timeframe as research has shown that that's the amount of time any serious evolutionary change needs. There are many examples of domestication and selected breeding that have results in a way shorter amount of time but with such a timeframe something has to happen.
No animal besides 'pests' are not directly influenced by the robo-servants.
So wild rats, mice and many different kinds of bugs are physically removed from the venues but any wild stray cat or deer could just waltz up to the dinner table and eat what's there. This is done via image recognition, something newly evolved is not in the system and gets defaulted to the next best thing (and will thusly not be removed).
How would evolution be influenced by this?
or to ask close questions to it:
If something evolves to utilize these systems what kind of being would it be?
TL:DR: Humanity creates 'perfect' robot servant system and then dies out, out of all things most notably food is still served daily in somewhat easily accessible areas, how would evolution be influenced by this?