An empty commercial space has been vacant next to Master Kim’s Korean barbecue in Town Square for almost two years, but now the barbecue restaurant owners will fill the void and create an automated meal double.
Operated by restaurateur Freddy Hwang and his rapidly growing Sapporo restaurant group, Sapporo Revolving Sushi’s fourth local expansion will relocate to the corner space of The Landing commercial annex, occupying approximately 2,700 square feet and located within walking distance of not across the parking lot from the Broken Yolk Café and Mediterranean Bok Bok.
In 2017, Sapporo became the first conveyor belt sushi restaurant to arrive in Las Vegas, opening on Spring Mountain Road before expanding to Centennial and Blue Diamond Road. The new restaurant will take advantage of hard-to-miss lines of customers waiting to be seated at Master Kim’s, where food is also transported to each table by its own automated delivery system.
Again to herald the move, or a possible start date, Suite 100 is currently an empty shell, with windows on three sides and only requiring interior construction.
As covered plates revolve around the room, Sapporo diners can choose sushi, tempura, handmade buns, sashimi, or place specific orders from the kitchen via the included iPad touch screens.
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