Sushi Zushi Mission Statement

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Sushi Zushi is a full service restaurant in Texas that infuses traditional japanese cuisine with Mexican culture. The owner who started it all was originally born in Japan but lived in Mexico a majority of his youth, then moved to Texas as an entrepreneur to begin Sushi Zushi in 2001. The Sushi Zushi mission statement is to “continuously deliver the most enjoyable dining experience to our guests”, to “continuously provide and exceptional working environment for our employees”, and to “recognize that profitability is essential to our future success”. I believe that all of my managerial plans will improve each mission statement of Sushi Zushi.

Due to the success of our diverse menu and dedicated customer service Sushi Zushi has been able to expand to multiple locations throughout Texas. Each menu item is created to best represent the diversity of each location. For example, San Antonio offers spicier menu items and sushi rolls such as The River Walk Roll and The Spurs Roll, while the Sushi Zushi in Austin offers more of our guests favorite collegiate themed Sushi rolls such as The Long Horn roll. Ultimately, Sushi Zushi
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For example, the L.I.R. roll is an amazing menu item and is popular among customers in San Antonio because of the spice and fresh salmon . At Sushi Zushi we base our staffing and merchandise accordingly to our previous year’s sales, and national and regional holidays. This way our ticket times, labor, and utilities will not be stressed by poor projection. Accurate projections will help us get our sushi out in a timely manner no matter how unique the roll may be or how pedestrian for the beginner sushi eater. Also, having accurate projections will keep our produce and fish fresh for our continuously growing

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