Ordering restaurant food can be bewildering and overwhelming for non-Japanese speaking tourists encountering unusual ingredients, indecipherable menus and a limitless range of options. This group of restaurants comes into its own, using technology to overcome language barriers while providing innovative service. Sushi is ordered using individual tablets with photos and English translations for each dish selected. Expect your order to arrive directly to your seat transported by mini bullet train running around the sushi train track. Your total order is saved online allowing further dishes to be added. Catering for the budget-conscious traveller, this restaurant satisfies the most die-hard of sushi fans for quality, inventiveness and cost. Friendly, fun and very in keeping with the Japanese obsession with technology.
Uobei SushiFun, Western-friendly, conveyor belt sushi restaurant in the heart of the action
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