Australian Sushi Kiosks has launched a Sushi Kiosk Restaurant which is designed to go into large or small shopping centres with a complete finance and training package.
Sushi Kiosk comes complete with a 20 meter long MODU Sushi Train Conveyor mounted on a counter with sushi stools surrounding the kiosk.
Sushi Kiosks 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.
Steve Rothwell Director of Australian Sushi Kiosks said “we recognise that opening any restaurant can be a difficult thing so we have included all areas including finance, food supply and training of sushi chefs if required.”
“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.”
He went on to say, “we have a number of standard Sushi Kiosk designs that are typically 25 to 40 square metres in size and vary up to $130,000 in price so we can easily provide a finance package complete for as little as $500 per week which is a very low cost way of getting into a Sushi Restaurant. Also included is a certified Sushi Chef training package from a recognised authority.”
Australian Sushi Kiosks provides Sushi Kiosks to all states in Australia and has MODU Sushi Train Conveyors operating in all capital cities.
According to Infovision Consulting Group, information will be provided to all Sushi Kiosk clients on Sushi Food suppliers, suppliers of pre cooked foods and Sushi Kiosks can also organise for your staff to be trained as a Sushi preparation chef at an accredited training school.
Other equipment offered include, Sushi trains, sushi machines, plates, covers, seating and counters.