Monday, July 07, 2008

high-tech sushi

We went out for sushi this weekend, and here are some pictures.
Sorry they're a bit dark.
First, you order what you want on the touchscreen.
Then it arrives at your table via a revolving conveyor belt.
It was a lot of fun, and tasted pretty good too.

9 comments:

  1. It's amazing what can be done with technology today.

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  2. Wow. That is crazy. I think my sister in law would like that. She is a major sushi fan. She can't have it as much right now, seeing as she is preggers, but I think she would see that restaurant as cool.

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  3. That's funny! Great if you don't like to be bothered during a meal!

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  4. Looks like fun. Too bad I don't care for sushi!

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  5. Wendy- It was especially fun how the dishes 'knew' where to stop. The conveyor belt runs along beside all the tables but veers off to the table it was ordered for. Clever! :)

    Andi- They did deliver the drinks, and take away dishes as we finished with them, but otherwise very little interaction. :P

    Jeanne- It was! :)

    Meredith- If she's a sushi fan she probably would enjoy it! :)
    Hope her pregnancy is going well.

    SandyCarlson- It's certainly a fun idea.

    Les- We also had some tempura but yes it's mainly a sushi restaurant. I wonder if it'll catch on anywhere else? :P

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  6. I'm glad to hear at least the sushi was good! I've heard the Japanese really like technology and gadgets and such... but no server whatsoever? How interesting!

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  7. Kim- LOL. There were servers to deliver the drinks and take away plates but all the ordering was through the screen. :)

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