What Makes a Sushi Display Case Different？
A sushi display case differs from a typical food display case in several key ways:
First off, the sushi display case is refrigerated. Sushi can usually be served within a few hours of initial preparation but must be refrigerated to keep it fresh and kept in a relatively humid environment so it doesn't dry out. If you let sushi warm up, even at room temperature, it will spoil quickly.
Also, Sushi Showcase usually has tighter doors and seals. This prevents refrigeration waste and minimizes the chance of the sushi becoming contaminated. In general, sushi is rarely served so guests can help themselves, although it is possible.
Choosing the Right Sushi Cabinet for Your Restaurant
Sushi should be displayed in front of customers, even in a shop window if you're feeling ambitious. Therefore, this should be kept in mind when choosing a showcase and its location. If you leave sushi behind, keep it in the fridge.
Most sushi presentations are pretty similar. They're mostly glass/plastic, the door usually slides open, and there's a small cooling unit on the right or left, usually where the power cord is. The first consideration here is finding space for the display and making sure your local electrical system can handle another cold storage unit.
A major point of difference is the housing material. Aluminum is cheaper and less likely to tarnish, but is lightweight and easily damaged. Stainless steel is more expensive and harder, but if the surface is scratched, it will tarnish.