While the market may not mind enjoying hotdogs, corndogs or burgers standing up, it may be a totally different story when it comes to first-class meals.
(PRWEB) August 21, 2013
The Ore no Italian, an establishment that’s part of the Ore no restaurant chain, has been making impressive waves in Japan’s food industry. At first glance, it may be no different from other Michelin-starred restaurants, but Ore no Italian, like all the other establishments that carry the Ore no brand, has one significant difference – diners enjoy their meals while standing up.
To compensate for the obvious discomfort, Ore no restaurants allow their patrons to enjoy the highest-quality meals at a fraction of the usual cost. For example, Ore no Italian may offer a foie gras steak, which may cost up to a hundred dollars in traditional restaurants, for only thirty dollars. The radical yet attractive concept is getting a lot of attention in Japan, particularly in Tokyo which is considered one of the world’s most expensive cities to live in.
However, Babystations.com also expressed concern about America’s readiness to accept the concept. “While the market may not mind enjoying hotdogs, corndogs or burgers standing up, it may be a totally different story when it comes to first-class meals.”
New Yorkers can expect Ore no Kappo, an affordable high-end Japanese restaurant, to make its entrance in the Manhattan market within the year.
About the company: Babystations.com is managed by Ekom.ca. It is an online retailer with a long history of trusted service. They sell a wide array of products that include baby changing stations, high chairs, and other childcare accessories. Despite being a product-based business, the company understands the value of providing quality customer service. They provide detailed product information, give out the best prices, do their best to ease purchasing difficulties, and respond to complaints, questions, and products in the timeliest manner possible.