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Sushilicious opens in Canley Heights

Supplier: Sushi Restaurant Systems Pty Ltd
27 June, 2011

Sushilicious has recently opened a stunning new sushi restaurant at 233 C Canley Vale Rd, Canley Heights.

The restaurant has an elegant variety of different foods and offers an open spacious outlook with plenty of uncluttered space to relax into while enjoying the food.

Sushilicious represents a Japanese conveyor belt (kaiten) sushi bar and cutting edge design of our restaurant adapted for the West offering a quality, fast and fun dining experience. Customers choose price/colour-coded dishes from a conveyor belt or simply order dishes off the menu. The restaurant seats approximately 45 people promises a dynamic yet calming culinary experience for Japanese food lovers in Sydney.

Sushilicious’s cuisine is unique, based on the Japanese philosophy of natural seasonal flavours, enhanced by modern approach. Sushilicious, stock only the freshest sushi available, fish is on the conveyor belt for a maximum of two hours and the majority of the food is freshly prepared in front of the customers. As well as the vast array of healthy choices there is a range of Japanese classics including Tempura and Teriyaki.

Lam Le the owner of Sushilicious  said "Restaurant & Automation Specialists did the initial design of the restautant but we built the rest ourselves".

"We bought the MODU Sushi Train Conveyor and counter  from Restaurant & Automation Specialists because they are a local company and gave us the best possible support during the design, installation and commissioning".

A spokesman for Restaurant & Automation Specialists said "the MODU Sushi Train Conveyor is built to the highest possible food grade standards and has a very attractive mirror finish stainless steel frame which adds to the look and presentation of any restaurant".

They went on to say "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".