Sushi chain Yo! returning to Glasgow with flagship site

Yo! is marking its 20th anniversary this year. Picture: Mike Wilkinson
Yo! is marking its 20th anniversary this year. Picture: Mike Wilkinson
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Sushi chain Yo! is returning to Glasgow city centre this month with the opening of a flagship branch in West George Street.

The eatery, which is marking its 20th anniversary this year and is known for its conveyor belts delivering food to diners, said the 72-cover restaurant is due to open its doors on 29 June.

An artist's impression of the West George Street branch. Picture: Contributed

An artist's impression of the West George Street branch. Picture: Contributed

Yo! previously had a branch within the city’s House of Fraser department store and has other outlets nearby at the Braehead and Silverburn shopping centres.

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The chain also said today that, as of next month, only Scottish salmon will be served at 78 restaurants across the UK, which include sites in Aberdeen and Edinburgh.

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Chief executive Robin Rowland said: “We are thrilled to confirm Yo! is returning to Glasgow city centre.“

“Yo! Glasgow Central will be a fitting statement for a city we have a fantastic history with, and we can’t wait to open our doors to customers on 29 June.”

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