Sushi & Asian Restaurant Franchises
Did you know sushi actually began as a cheap, quick snack to eat with the hands while enjoying a theater performance? Did you know the earthquake of 1923 was responsible for bringing sushi into brick and mortar restaurants? Still even today, sushi continues to be a popular food & restaurant demand! If you love sushi are interested in opening your own sushi restaurant, search here to learn more!
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KEO Restaurant Asian-Fusion Cuisine
KEO Restaurant fuses traditional wok cooking with a modern ambiance characteristic found only in the most fashionable restaurants. KEO answers the growing trend toward healthy dishes from Southwest Asia, including Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Cambodia, all made to order in a full service format. This is no ordinary franchise!
$ 80,000 Min.Cash Required
Samurai Sam's Teriyaki Grill
Since 1994, Sam’s Teriyaki Grill® has featured healthy, fresh Japanese dishes with plenty of mouthwatering teriyaki sauce. Samurai Sam’s is also well-known for rice & yakisoba bowls, grilled egg rolls and crisp fresh salads. Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill has been named #1 Asian Fast Food Chain by Entrepreneur® Magazine. Inquire now to learn more!
$ 100,000 Min.Cash Required
Fun Facts: Sushi
- Nare-zushi, fermented fish wrapped in sour rice, originated somewhere around the Mekong River before spreading into China and later Japan.
- Originally, sushi rice was not eaten but instead used as a preservative for the fish and a means of creating a flavor profile called umami.
- The bamboo mat that gives sushi maki rolls their cylindrical shape is called a makisu in Japanese.
- True to its origins as a simple fast food, the correct way to eat sushi is with your fingers.
- Nigiri, which is a slice of fish on top of a rounded strip of rice, is supposed to be eaten upside down.