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Posted by howeh on March 03, 2008 - Filed under: Member Talks

 

Kaiten-Sushi, also known as “conveyor belt” sushi, this form of contemporary eating style has long been popular in Japan city areas. These are Kaiten-Sushi restaurants where plates of mainly sushi are placed on a rotating conveyor belt that winds through the restaurant and moves past the counter seats. The bill is calculated based on the number and types of plates of the consumed delicacies.


 

Sushi King Sdn Bhd was established in Kuala Lumpur in 1995 to introduce this form of eating style in the country. It quickly spread its network to many popular centers in the Klang Valley and other cities and towns such as Johor Bahru, Penang and Ipoh.

Patrons to the many outlets under this chain can pick their choice of sushi or other delicacies at leisure.

There are plenty of categories of food to choose from. The Blue Plate Category, for example, includes the Aji Katsuo which is seasoned boaito and cucumber while the Wasabiko Roll features crabstick and wasabi flavoured fish roe. Latest additions to the menu feature the Unagi Kabayaki (grilled eel), the Edi Tempura (deep-fried vegetables and seafood), California Temaki (contemporary version of the traditional rolled sushi and rice wrapped in seaweed) and the Kadomo Bento (boxed set meal featuring an assortment of items served with rice and soup).


 

A recently introduced A la carte menu includes the Teishoku set meals, curry dishes, seasonal dishes and the Owanmono items which features Miso Shiru and Chawanmushi.

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audrey Said:
audrey

i want to complaint one of restaurant manager at cheras lesiur mall. when i call the restaurabt manager take order ebikko, the manager call me take all the sushi on the belt.
i call her made a fresh want, she tell us take on the belt, sushi on teh belt all is fresh.....

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