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Article from BTNews 3 SEPTEMBER 2012

Gatwick sushi

YO! Sushi has opened its largest airport restaurant in Gatwick’s North Terminal.  It follows closely the addition of the new Jamie Oliver restaurants at the airport.

YO! Sushi says it offers fast, fun and fresh Japanese food for passengers to dine in or takeaway for their flight.  There are over 90 Japanese-inspired items freshly prepared in the restaurant each day.  These include soups, rice or noodle-based dishes, salads, tempura and classics like chicken katsu curry, salmon teriyaki or yakisoba noodles.  For early morning passengers, YO! Sushi is also serving a range of breakfast bento boxes that range from yoghurt and granola through to katzu sando chi, a Japanese-style sandwich.

Located on the upper level of the North Terminal departure lounge, the new restaurant spans 1,101sq meters, and includes its trademark ‘kaiten’ conveyor belt.  Blending urban contemporary design and modern furniture with elements of a rural forest it helps to create a relaxed environment for passengers.  The restaurant is open to passengers from 06:00 and until after the last flight departs. www.yosushi.com

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