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New sushi restaurant opens its doors in Bath
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Popular restaurant chain Yo!, famed for its sushi and Japanese food, has opened its doors in Bath for the first time.

What is only the second Yo! To Go in the UK, welcomed locals from its location in Brunel Square, on Wednesday (March 31).

Peckish commuters and visitors can pop in, grab a meal on the move, and sample the chain's first takeaway breakfast menu.

Take the chance to "build your own" breakfast baps, drizzled with tonkatsu, banana and agave porridge, yoghurt and berries and a selection of pastries.

Coffee from local roastery Dusty Ape provides a caffeine hit alongside the snack.

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For a healthy lunch, visitors can enjoy Yo! classics like the Sushi Sharer and Crunchy California Roll, as well as hot, fresh street food such as the ever-popular Ramen, Katsu Curry and Gyoza, and a selection of sides and puddings.

More than a third of the menu is vegan, with tempting dishes including Pumpkin Katsu Curry, Shiitake Mushroom Ramen and Yasai Dragon Rolls.

To celebrate the opening, Yo! is offering customers £5 off their first order using BATH5, valid until April 30.

Visitors to the new restaurant will be able to order using a QR code and pay through a digital menu on their phone, for contactless ordering and collection.

There will also be QR codes on tables in the outside dining area, allowing customers to order and enjoy Yo! al-fresco as the warmer summer days arrive.

To avoid queues, customers can also order ahead and click and collect at a specific time – meaning no waiting around or missing trains, and a contactless free service to support social distancing.

Delivery through Deliveroo will also be available, allowing customers to enjoy fresh, Japanese food wherever they are.

Yo! - formerly Yo! Sushi - was the first to bring to the UK the concept of a Japanese "kaiten" sushi bar that delivered food via a conveyor belt.

In July 2019, the restaurant group put in an application to open a restaurant in the vaults by Bath Spa Station. Concerns were raised by The Bath Preservation Trust and Bath Heritage Watchdog that local traders would be affected.

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