Tsuru to open third outlet in the City

16 February 2011
Tsuru to open third outlet in the City

London sushi restaurant group Tsuru is to open its third outlet in the capital, with the launch of a site near St Paul's in the City next week.

Tsuru, which is co-owned by Kensuke Yamada and partner Emma Reynolds, currently operates two restaurants at Bankside and Bishopsgate and serves authentic Japanese food with a focus on sustainability.

The new 50-seat restaurant will be located on Queen Street on the site formerly occupied by a florist. Interiors will be developed by Design LSM and will resemble those of the other two Tsuru outlets.

Commenting to the third site Reynolds said: "We're so excited about this launch. It's a fantastic site in the heart of the City and we've got a real opportunity to offer local businessmen and residents a really fantastic Japanese food option.

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By Kerstin KÁ¼hn

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