Infovision Consulting recently installed an 18 metre MODU Sushi train conveyor at a new restaurant located in the Melbourne CBD at 61 Little Collins Street.
The restaurant is called Sakura Kaiten Sushi and was designed by B.Y. Architects of Melbourne.
The restaurant was conceived to provide high standards of Kaiten Sushi and to create a sushi train experience with a sophisticated bar feel, more in keeping with Melbourne’s cosmopolitan lifestyle to display the talents of Master Chef Shiro Shoji, who has brought his cooking skills from Osaka in Japan.
Sakura Kaiten Sushi offers more than sixty varieties of handmade sushi with special homemade sauce, lunch and dinner bento boxes and is open between the hours of 12 pm-9 pm Monday to Friday, 5.30 pm-9 pm on Saturday.
The MODU Sushi train conveyor is built to high possible food grade standards and has an attractive mirror finish stainless steel frame which adds to the look and presentation of any restaurant.
Some of the standard features that are supplied with the MODU Sushi train conveyors are two year warranty and 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 Australian Agent for MODU system conveyors and provides other items such are the complete fit out of the counter and seating areas, restaurant design, rice making robots and other varieties, sushi stools, plates and covers.