Wednesday, January 16, 2008

New Meaning For 'Fancy Belt'

We here at Abstract Minds:New York always put our readers on to the new and innovative ways of doing the things that we love. Let's do lunch.

Introducing Sakae Sushi. Opening this friday Jan. 18th, this midtown eatery fuses western culinary technology with the hustle and bustle of New York's residents. Lunch is the most overlooked meal of the day, and here is the solution. The main attraction to this establishment is the 97-foot long conveyor belt that spans and curls around the length of the room. Each booth along the belt has a menu and as you see something you like you remove it from the belt, simple isn't it? You pay by the plates which are color coded. And for those who are still prehistoric there is a wait staff on hand to help you out.

There are also flat screen TV's adorning the establishment which offer interactive menus. Choose from any of the treats on the belt, as well as a few pages worth of sashimi, hot dishes, bento boxes, beer and sake.

Sakae Sushi opens this friday and is located at 405 Lexington (On 43 St. between Lexington and 3rd Avenue)

See you there!
For more information look Here.

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