Sushi is typically the most common food item found at a conveyor belt restaurant, but Japan's Maison Able Cafe Ron Ron is rethinking this concept with a focus on desserts.
Maison Able Cafe Ron Ron, which is set to open later this summer, is a new all-you-can-eat dessert destination in Tokyo. The 44-seat venue boasts a 38-meter conveyor belt that circles a central counter, giving patrons ample time to pick up any sweet treats that strike their fancy. This new conveyor belt restaurant targets women in particular and is set to serve everything from ice cream and pancakes to crepes and candy from morning to evening.
The name of the restaurant is said to take inspiration from the French word for a cat purring in satisfaction. As such, a cat theme will be carried through to the design of some of the dishes.
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