We were debating if we should try this place so I started to monitor how the sushi's were prepared and placed on the conveyor belt. The sushi chef cuts the maki into 4-6 pieces. Then divides them equally on the plates. Towards the beginning of the belt, I will notice a staff member (looks like he's the manager on duty) picks up the clear lids and cover the sushi. That was fine, but then observing where he took the clear lids from.... that's where the problem begins. My family and I were so disgusted just looking at the operation. The staff member, was grabbing empty lids from a section where other wait staffs were collecting from the tables. Those were used lids. Yes, I know it's just a lid, but customers might spit their food, place garbage or even just handling them with bare hands. The story gets better. The so called staff member (which I felt he is the manager on duty, because he was wearing a suit), picked up the stained lids, exhaled onto the inside of the lid and then wiped it quickly with a used table cloth. Then he restacked that lids on the OUTBOUND side of the conveyor belt for re-use on the new prepared sushi. Think.... will you consider eating anything from that plate if those lids were re-cycled more than 10 times a day?? Maybe more then 10, but I figured it's a nice median number. Assuming they wash these lids every night, that's just ten times its been reused. What if they wash the lids once a week.... that's why I am disgusted! Please, don't go unless you want to get food poison.
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