A new Japanese street food restaurant is to open on Aigburth Road this week.
Sutikku specialises in Japanese-inspired street food and bowls, including gyoza, katsu curries, noodles and more.
All the restaurant's sauces, glazes and brines are freshly made by staff using the finest Japanese ingredients and local produce.
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Sutikku has been a feature on the food market scene, making appearances at food fairs including GRUB Manchester, as well as Sheffield's Peddler night market and more before the owners signed a lease for their new Aigburth Road "home" in December 2020.
An early January post on the restaurant's Instagram page reads: "Announcement
"Just before Christmas we finally completed the lease for our new home for 2021 and beyond!!!!!! We couldn't be more excited even if we tried!!!!!!"
After decorating and working on the Aigburth Road premises for a number of months, the venue is due to open this Wednesday, May 12.
It can be found at 124 Aigburth Road, L17 7BP.
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have had a major impact on the hospitality industry, and in some instances have led to the permanent closure of independent shops, businesses, restaurants and more.
Indoor hospitality has yet to resume, with restaurants, bars and cafes permitted to offer takeaway services and alfresco drinking and dining until Monday, May 17.
From May 17, we are, provisionally, due to reach Step 3 of the Government's roadmap out of lockdown, which eases the limits on seeing family and friends.
At this stage, most legal restrictions on meeting others outdoors will be lifted, although gatherings of over 30 people will remain illegal.
The government's roadmap out of lockdown aims to see all restrictions lifted by June 21 - if the government's four key tests are met. The four tests include the vaccine-roll out continuing successfully, vaccine efficacy, infection rates and hospitals and new variants.
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