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Yo! Sushi unveils new restaurant design at Liverpool One

04 August 2015 by
Yo! Sushi unveils new restaurant design at Liverpool One

Japanese casual dining group YO! Sushi has launched a new design for its restaurants at its Liverpool One shopping centre site.

The new interior, created by Alison Cooper from Innsight Design, includes a detailed backdrop of the Tokyo skyline and new lighting design and LED screens to brighten the restaurant and give it a sense of the modern Japanese city. It will also be introduced to the company's Aberdeen site in October.

Commenting on the new design, Vanessa Hall, chief executive of YO! Sushi, said: "Liverpool One has long been one of the strongest performing YO! Sushis in the UK, and was therefore the ideal venue in which to launch [the] new concept."

Miles Dunnett, director of portfolio management at Grosvenor Fund Management, Liverpool One developers, said: "We are delighted YO! Sushi selected Liverpool One to unveil its new restaurant look. The decision reflects the success of the brand [here] and is another great addition to our thriving leisure offer."

YO! Sushi has over 80 sites across the UK, including 28 in London, eight in Scotland, one in Cardiff and one in Belfast. It also has an international presence, including in the Republic of Ireland, Denmark, the USA, Norway, the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

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