A well-known Bundaberg sushi restaurant will be opening their newest store in Bargara, with a fresh new look and name.
The restaurant will open in Bargara Central, next to Dominos, in the coming weeks with the same menu as the Bundaberg Store, Nodaji Sushi.
Nodaji Sushi owners Helen Park and Moon Lee saw the opportunity to expand as they noticed there was a gap in the market for a sushi restaurant for the growing Bargara community.
“The community is growing rapidly in Bargara and so we decided that now would be a good time to open a sushi restaurant for the community,” Helen said.
“We have been operating in town since 2013 and we are looking forward to seeing how we go in Bargara.”
Sushi restaurant Bargara to feature ‘grab and go' meals
While their Bargara store will be offering the same favourites as their Bundaberg store, the name will be slightly different, going by Moon Japanese and Korean Restaurant.
“We will have a new name for the Bargara store, and in the middle of the year our Bundaberg store will also change names to be the same,” she said.
“The name is my husband's name as he is the head chef of the restaurants.”
Helen said she is looking forward to providing a fresh fast food option for residents both in Bargara and those travelling to enjoy a day at the beach.
“I am looking forward to making sure all our food is of the freshest quality, and we will be making more lunch box style meals that are ready to grab and go,” she said.
“They will be perfect for picking up and taking down to the beach to enjoy.”
There will be enough seating in the new restaurant for approximately 18 people.
The menu will still feature favourites including sushi rolls and hot meals such as udon, ramen, curry and noodles.
You can find out more about the new restaurant here.
Bargara Central is located at 699 Bargara Road, Bargara.
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