Similar to another popular sushi chain here, Sakae serves sushi from a conveyor belt. However, thanks to Singaporean innovation, the restaurant is one up on its competitors as it provides personal computer screens on the dining table which enables customers to place their orders through an interactive menu. You can view the picture, drop the order into your “shopping cart” and then click on the mouse to confirm. Service is also faster because the order goes straight to the kitchen. Only one technical glitch here though – in my friend’s case – her four-year-old happily clicked away and she ended up with extra food that she didn’t know about.
Monday, February 06, 2006
Popular japanese food chain, Sakae Sushi is profiled in Malaysia's The Star. From The Star:
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