Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Sushi Restaurants industry is serving up a fresh round of growth following a recession-induced decline. The industry, which is highly fragmented and consists mainly of small, owner-operator establishments, is doing well despite the high competition it faces from other retailers serving sushi and the range of ethnic restaurants and American food-service establishments that are also in direct competition. In the coming years, , operating conditions are forecast to continue to improve. As the unemployment rate drops and consumers slowly regain their disposable incomes, demand for sit-down restaurants is anticipated to increase.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
Sushi is a Japanese food consisting of rice combined with other ingredients, usually raw fish or other seafood. Sushi restaurants also serve raw meat sliced and served, otherwise known as sashimi. Aesthetic qualities are important in the serving of sushi and it is usually served on minimalist Japanese-style wood or lacquer plates.
Sit-down restaurant sales
Restaurants may provide sit-down service through one or more delivery systems. Full-service sushi restaurants solely or primarily engage in seating and serving customers. This may include a fixed-price set with food selected by the chef from the catch of the day. Alternatively, sushi may be served ‘kaiten zushi' (sushi train) style... purchase to read more