While rumors float of a second kaiten, conveyor belt sushi restaurant headed to Chinatown, the first restaurateurs to debut automated Japanese dining in Las Vegas already have another machine driven concept on the way.
Part of the restaurant's draw will be an automated “special express delivery system” that will dispatch the ingredients to the table for cooking.
Preview videos posted to social media hint at all-you-can-eat selections of “fresh meats, veggies and entrees” arriving on plates atop an illuminated vehicle that stops right by your seat. On the menu, future diners can expect “all the familiar Korean BBQ you’re accustomed to.”
Master Kim’s will take over suite 100 at the Durango Arby Plaza, close to the intersection of Durango Drive and Arby Avenue, already home to Ramen KoBo and Pier 215.
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