Yo Sushi opens new site at Gatwick Airport

16 August 2012 by
Yo Sushi opens new site at Gatwick Airport

Sushi chain Yo! Sushi has opened a new restaurant at Gatwick Airport, taking its total UK sites to 64.

The 75-seat restaurant opens today and follows recent international launches at Washington Union Station in the USA and Oslo Airport in Norway.

As well as its 90-strong core range of hot and cold food, served on its trademark conveyor belt, the new site will offer a selection of wines, Japanese beers and sake.

Speaking about the opening, Yo! Sushi CEO Robin Rowland said: "As we continue to innovate our dishes and restaurant design, we have naturally expanded our on-the-go portfolio to locations like Gatwick Airport, offering a fantastic choice of Japanese-inspired dishes to busy travellers looking for something different.

"Customers can quickly grab and go or enjoy a more leisurely meal if waiting with family and friends."

By Tom Vaughan

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