We had a lot of work to do, but it was always fun learning about the other employee and rolling the sushi. Typically, we were two sushi chefs behind the sushi counter, and occasionally, we were alone. I learned many things while working with Mito Sushi. I learned how to cook the rice, how to prepare and roll the sushi, how thin to cut the sushi pieces. I also learned a bit about where sushi originally came from. Although the job was enjoyable, their was a lack in the management. The schedules were always wrong, and we had a lack of training. But that was the only downfall. It was always a happy day whenever I went to work. The hardest part of the job was remembering all the different types of sushi without looking on the ingredients page, and the most enjoyable part of the job was making the sushi trays people ordered. If you're a creative person, the sushi trays are so much fun!
If the counter is full, you get to go on break or leave (depending what time it is)
If the counter is empty, you have to stay until its full (never know what time work is done)
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