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Yo! Sushi unveils pictures of its new takeway concept, Yo! To Go Kiosk

26 September 2006
Yo! Sushi unveils pictures of its new takeway concept, Yo! To Go Kiosk

Yo! Sushi has revealed the first pictures of its new Yo! To Go Kiosk takeaway concept, which launches next month in London.

The conveyor-belt free set-up features menu items all ready to grab and go, as well as a customer hotline for lunch orders on the fly.

Yo! is also targeting the corporate lunch and party markets with platters available to order for up to 100 people.

Menu items include Yakisoba noodles, Asian salads, freshly prepared sushi and sashimi, miso soup and Temaki (hand rolls).

The first sites will open in October at London Wall and Liverpool Street.

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By Chris Druce

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