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Infovision installs MODU Sushi Belt Conveyor Train at Bondi restaurant

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article image MODU Sushi Belt Conveyor Train installed at Bondi Restaurant

Infovision Consulting Group  has installed a MODU Sushi Belt Conveyor Train at a new sushi restaurant called Hanna Sushi located at 84 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach.

The restaurant looks out across Bondi Beach and has avariety of different foods and offers an open spacious outlook with plenty of uncluttered space to relax into while enjoying the food.

The centerpiece of the restaurant is a 23 metre long MODU Sushi Belt Conveyor Train which was designed by Infovision Consulting Group to suit the building layout.

The MODU train also is set up to operate from single phase 240volt power which means it does not require 3 phase power even though it is a 3 phase motor.

Steve Rothwell Infovision’s managing director said “we use an inverter which runs on 240 volts to control the motor and this gives us the added advantage that we can offer clients variable speed from slow to full speed at their finger tips. This is especially useful when the Chefs are loading food onto the sushi belt conveyor”

Hanna Sushi represents a Japanese conveyor belt (kaiten) sushi bar but with the restaurant adapted for the West offering quality and a fast fun dining experience.

Customers choose dishes from a conveyor belt in various colours and price related or simply order dishes off the menu. The restaurant seats 35 people and promises a calming culinary experience for Japanese food lovers in Sydney.

Hanna Sushi’s cuisine is based on the Japanese philosophy of natural seasonal flavours, enhanced by modern approach.

Hanna Sushi stocks fresh sushi and food is on the conveyor belt for a maximum of two hours to meet food authority requirements.

The majority of the food is freshly prepared in front of the customers. There is a vast array of healthy choices in its range of Japanese classics including Tempura and Teriyaki.

Steve Rothwell went on to say “The MODU Sushi Train Conveyor has a very attractive mirror finish stainless steel frame which adds to the look and presentation of any restaurant"

He went on to say “Some of the standard features that are supplied with the MODU Sushi Train Conveyors are poly carbonate stickers that are placed on the conveyor chain and are printed with the clients restaurant name to make it more personalised”

Infovision Consulting Group is the Australasian Agents for MODU System conveyors and provides other items such are the complete fit out of Sushi Restaurants and Sushi Kiosks, counter and seating areas, restaurant design and consulting, rice making robots and other varieties, sushi stools, plates and covers.

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