Tuesday, December 11, 2018

GENKI SUSHI'S BACK ON TRACK IN MALAYSIA


Inspired by the Japanese Shinkansen bullet trains, Genki Sushi Malaysia is banking on its Kousoku Express triple-track sushi delivery system to ensure kitchen-to-table freshness. Along with its signature Dai Man Zoku selection — sushi that’s 1.5 times bigger — Genki Sushi is back in the local F&B scene with the opening of its Sunway Pyramid outlet.
Jun Uchida (far left), Executive Director, Genki Sushi Singapore & Malaysia said “we knew we had to bring our A-Game to Malaysia as this market is a melting pot of culture and a food-obsessed nation. People are constantly on the lookout for fresh and affordable Japanese cuisine. Genki Sushi aims to bring the experience of Japanese efficiency and quality to the table with top quality sushi and service for an overall enjoyable experience.” 

The popular Japanese sushi chain with an established presence in most food capitals across Asia now looks set to establish its local presence and emulate the success of its strong and expansive footprint across Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and China. 
During the opening, members of the media were taught how to make their own handroll in a mini contest. They also had first-hand opportunity to test out the resto’s Kousoku Express sushi delivery system. We like the fast and efficient way our orders were swiftly brought to our table.
As the first brand outside Japan to adopt a three-level sushi delivery system propelled by model trains, the brand’s Kousoku Express system promises optimum freshness for a seamless dining experience.

From an expansive menu of 122 items, Genki Sushi now proffers a signature Dai Man Zoku menu, a selection of sushi portions averaging 1.5 times larger than usual. Priced at RM4.80 a piece, the bigger sushi promises maximum satisfaction for Japanese food lovers. 

Priding itself on providing an authentic sushi experience, Genki Sushi’s core sushi ingredients originate from Japan. Its shoyu (soy sauce) pairs wonderfully with the fragrant and premium-quality shari (rice). The rice is further complemented by the use of su (sushi vinegar) specially formulated for Malaysia, to bring out the right balance of flavours and to suit our local palate. 
IT also played a central role in the food ordering system now. Diners would have to scan the QR code, to view the menu and place their food orders. You can key in a maximum of 8 items each time then sit back and wait for your orders to be delivered. 

In celebration of its first outlet opening in Malaysia, Genki Sushi will reward customers with the following:
Amount Spent
Promotional Reward
Every RM60 nett in a single receipt
RM 10 voucher for next visit
RM120 nett in a single receipt
Limited edition Genki Sushi umbrella


Genki Sushi is now open at Lot LG1. 109 Lower Ground One, Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall. No. 3 Jalan PJS 11/15 Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. For more information on Genki Sushi, please visit www.genkisushi.com.my or its social channels via Facebook and Instagram: GenkiSushiMY.