Would you open a franchise restaurant? This guy did and it went well.

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Myself in one of the restaurants.Barbara Fava

Me wearing an original Indonesian batik outfit I bought during my last trip there.

Recently opened in the busy Insurgentes Sur avenue in Mexico City, the Nacion Sushi cheerful welcomes you to its colorful ambient divided by Asiatic Countries as much as it’s divided its menu.

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I’ve been there twice, once for a dinner with my partner, William Van den Putte and the other one on a quick lunch before heading back to work.

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Airy, dynamic, and friendly, I immediately noticed the young staff and their will to work and attend to you the best way they can and the kids' area with tablets to entertain children while parents can have a peaceful time.

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They branded the new Restaurant exactly the way the others Nacion Sushi around the world are branded and I can tell they didn’t hold their money in decoration which is a plus in case of influencers like me, and they also have a working area with tablets for adults to keep on working while you’re eating.

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They have restaurants in Panama, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Spain, Guatemala, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, and the United States.

Welcome to Miami.

In the United States, the location is in Miami, at The Palms at Town & Country Mall.

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I was quite impressed by the outstanding job they did with the franchising.

I have been to several sushi and Asian restaurant in my life, and in most cases, the results of a franchise are average.

I am not a big fan of this kind of place but when I found this restaurant, I had to rethink my way of seeing this kind of business.

So yes, Sushi does unite the people and nations.

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The food is good and it is honest, not like in most of the Asiatic food chains where they serve you a ball of rice and a micro point of proteins.

Good portions.

I highly recommend ordering and share the food because it’s enough for everybody to try and taste it.

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That’s another point in my food blogger heart because nothing better than being served your favorite food and it’s abundant.

And as I always say, the share is care.

So share your food with your friends and family and enjoy it.

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The drinks also are really good, ask your waiter for a piece of advice and they’ll sort out the best juice for you, I tried those honey-based and were delicious.

Especially the one with pineapple, lemon, and coconut.

I deeply appreciate it when a restaurant has some healthy options for drinks.

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Paper Straws is the way.

Good thing, they use paper straws. No plastic here and glad to see how the Nacion Sushi is conscious about the environment.

I have been witnessing how the paper straws and reusable straws business has been growing in an exponential way.

Firstly in Bali, and then expanding to the Americas and Europe.

In Bali, is part of their laws, to avoid creating waste in the surrounding natural paradises.

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But you can count on a large menu of drinks, from coffees, beers (nationals and internationals including the famous Sapporo and then the Kirin Ichiban and Asahi), wines, and hard alcohol drinks.

This restaurant in Miami, is one of the favorite places, with an average rating of 4.6 stars.

They also have some really tasty infusions with Jamaica`s flowers and fruits for those who love hot tea.

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I am not in Tokyo. I am in the bathroom and this is the ceiling.

I recommend this place for large groups, quick lunches or dinners, and families as it is plenty of space.

If you wanna see more reserve at the Nacion sushi, though they accept walk-ins.

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Italian as the espresso and currently based in Belgium, born in 1986 in Milan, I work as a communication specialist, a blogger as well as a professional sports announcer, mainly for motocross and freestyle motocross. I post about beauty, fashion, lifestyle, and travels. I have been living in Los Angeles and Mexico City until 2019, where I worked as a stunt woman, to relocate then back to Europe.


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