Question: How do sushi trains work?

In Australasia, it is also known as a sushi train. Kaiten-zushi is a sushi restaurant where the plates with the sushi are placed on a rotating conveyor belt or moat that winds through the restaurant and moves past every table, counter and seat. Customers may place special orders.

How do you pay for conveyor belt sushi?

In Japan, most quick service restaurants including kaiten-zushi require you to pay at the register, so when youre ready to go, collect your belongings and take your bill over to the front of the restaurant to pay.

How does Genki sushi train work?

Customers at Genki start by ordering sushi on-demand through a tablet app. Food is then delivered via a network of miniature Japanese bullet trains. Twenty-four sets of tracks crisscross the restaurant, and the train system has the capacity to serve up to 158 patrons at once.

Do you tip at conveyor belt sushi?

Tipping is not required, but it is an option. Servers and kitchen staff half the tips each shift. Yes our system is pretty much self service, but the food that is on the conveyor belt & sent on the express lane is prepared by our kitchen.

Are you supposed to tip at Revolving Sushi?

You actually dont just tip the servers - your tips are pooled and split 50-50 between waitstaff and kitchen staff. If your service was not up to your standards, but the food at least was good (or vice versa), then I would still tip the standard 15-20% so that the other group of workers can get their fair share of pay.

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