Australian Sushi Kiosks now offers to the Australian market a new concept in small sushi restaurants called the Sushi Kiosk. The new Sushi Kiosk Restaurant is designed to go into large or small shopping centres and can seat between 20 to 25 people depending on configuration.
The Sushi Kiosk comes complete with a 20 meter long Modu Sushi Train Conveyor mounted on a counter with sushi stools surrounding the kiosk.
Restaurant also supplies a quantity of sushi plates and covers, fridges, micro wave, dish washing facilities, storage, stainless steel benches, wash sinks, cash register, electrical wiring and all council and centre management approvals.
Included with the kiosk is a site evaluation and selection service for the client to help him choose the right site for the kiosk. Australian Sushi Kiosks goes to evaluate a short list of sites obtain local stats of sites traffic throughputs pedestrian and traffic, evaluate each site and see the facilities available and develop a short list and assist in selecting the best and most effective site of the sushi kiosk.
Steve Rothwell one of the Directors of A.S.K.E.D. Australian Sushi Kiosks Enterprise Division said “we get many enquires from people wanting to buy a turn key sushi restaurant but it can be a costly exercise finding a site for a large restaurant of say 80 to 100 square meters and then going to council and building it and not knowing if you have picked the right site.
But with our new mini sushi kiosk restaurant we can liaise with the centre managers who can advise us of the best sites available that will maximize the patronage to your kiosk and give you the most profit that can be achieved from the site.
With their help the clientele comes to you and you don’t have to advertise to generate business. This is ideal for people new to the sushi restaurant business and will enable them to operate the business easily.
Once the site is selected and colour schemes, names etc are chosen it takes about 6 weeks to supply and install the complete Sushi Kiosk. No preparation is required all you need to do is sign the contract and we do all the rest and hand over to you the completed Sushi Kiosk. We include a Chef training course and a startup Chef to help you get things going once the kiosk is open.”
He went on to say “Sushi Kiosks are a standard design and are typically 25 to 30 square meters. Because the Sushi Kiosk is small it is very cost effective to operate with many owners able to operate themselves with just one other staff.”
A.S.K.E.D Australian Sushi Kiosks provides Sushi Kiosks to all states in Australia and has Modu Sushi Train Conveyors operating in all capital cities.
Information will be provided to all Sushi Kiosk clients on Sushi Food suppliers, suppliers of pre cooked foods and Australian Sushi Kiosks can also organize for your staff to be trained as a Sushi preparation chef at an accredited training school.
The new Sushi Kiosk Restaurant is available from Infovision.