Poppy Hana Japanese Fusion Restaurant will be opened at the Liberty Arcade at Colombo 3. The restaurant will also feature a ‘Kaiten’ Conveyer Sushi Belt for the first time in Sri Lanka.
Conveyor Belt Sushi is also known as Kaiten Zushi. ‘Kaiten’ means ‘to rotate.’ As the name suggests, a range of sushi travels on a conveyor belt and the customer takes what he/she wants from the belt. The bill will be simply calculated by the number and type of plates of the consumed dishes.
Poppy Hana will be a reasonably priced ‘Fusion Style’ Japanese Restaurant and Bar, serving Sushi, Sashimi, Noodles, Rice Dishes and Japanese Breads and Cake. “we would widely use local ingredients and modify dishes to suit the market in Sri Lanka. Sri Lankans will love the unique dishes which will combine the Japanese and Sri Lankan tastes,” said Kanako Sherifdeen, Co-Founder – Poppy Hanna.
The original Poppy Hana Japanese restaurant was established in August 2006 in the city of London by Faizal and Sherifdeen and is successfully operating to date.