Touch screen panel for ordering, hot water tab for tea (self service) and the bell on the left is to call the waiter for billingWhen you sit down at your table, the first thing to do is pour some tea into your cup and pour a little soy sauce onto the small saucer (for dipping the sushi). The plates going around usually have different patterns depending on the price of the sushi they carry. Once you have taken the sushi plate from the conveyor belt, never ever put it back. It's considered common sense among the Japanese. Even if you later realized that it was not the one you wanted. So, make sure you think carefully before reaching for the plates yeah! Recently at some of these restaurants sushi can be ordered using a touch-screen panel. The bill is calculated at the end by counting the plates stacked up on each table.
Touch screen panelAs well as classic sushi dishes like raw tuna and salmon, many sushi-go-round outlets offer innovative dishes with fish that is grilled or topped with onion and mayonnaise. Some places also offer plates with non-sushi treats like fried chicken, tempura, sashimi, cut fruit, and even slices of cake.
Salmon sushi in different combinations
Yummy, fresh sushi that we had!
Parfait for dessert