Dec
11
2018

Genki Sushi’s Kousoku Express Delivery System

Genki Sushi, the popular Japanese sushi chain with an established presence in most food capitals across Asia debuted its ‘Kousoku Express’ sushi delivery system and signature Dai Man Zoku selection at its latest Sunway Pyramid branch.

Ayden loves making his own green tea here.

Green tea powder

We ordered our food using our own phone here at Genki Sushi. All we needed to do was to scan the code given to us and start ordering. I used my iPhone’s camera function to scan the code and started ordering.

It was quick and easy to place our orders. I used my own data but they do have free wifi here too.

No more sushi sitting idle making its round on the conveyor belt as all our orders are quickly delivered straight to our table on the Kousoku Express. 

Genki Sushi’s Kousoku Express delivery system, designed after the Japanese Shinkansen bullet train allows for speedy delivery of food directly from kitchen to table, ensuring freshness. The boys are kept happily occupied throughout our meal time collecting their food from Kousoku Express.

Genki Sushi has an extensive menu, with its signature Dai Man Zoku menu serving sushi 1.5 times bigger than the standard sushi serving; priced at RM4.80 a piece.

Bigger serving means greater satisfaction.

We ordered quite a lot of food as Ayden kept requesting for more because he enjoyed collecting the food from the Kousoku Express.

Looks at the plates stacked up. The boys ate those. I had Udon instead.

Total bill for our family of four came out to RM101.40 which is not too bad.

Watch this video to see how the bullet train Kousoku Express work in delivering food quickly to diners at Genki Sushi. 

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7 Comments + Add Comment

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    Over RM100! *faints* Ethan’s face is changing, dah bujang, eh? He looks like you.

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    Love the bullet train express. So convenient.

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    My meal also came with total bill of 100+ :P

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    I remember Genki Sushi from a long time ago, then they all closed. Is this the same company?

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    Merryn Reply:

    I guess they are?

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    Wish we had a decently good Japanese place here. :(

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    I used to patronize Gengki Sushi where they had long queues! Now so canggih can order from your phone. I would love to try making my own green tea!

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