Interactive sushi station introduced at Jumeirah Carlton Tower

12 September 2013 by
Interactive sushi station introduced at Jumeirah Carlton Tower

Guests at Jumeirah Carlton Tower in London may be in for a surprise when selecting sushi at meeting or event.

The hotel has introduced a sushi box which is requested by pressing a door bell on a decorated box. Once pressed a small window will open, surprising the guest with their sushi served by a gloved hand.

The offer is part of the hotel's live canape stations, which include freshly carved mini beef wellingtons and Loch Fyne oysters served with a shot of Bloody Mary. It is priced at £15 per person per station, with minimum numbers of 100 guests.

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