YO! Sushi to open its first Northern Ireland eatery
JAPANESE-STYLE restaurant chain YO! Sushi confirmed yesterday that it will open its first Belfast eatery in Victoria Square at the start of next month.
Founded in 1997, it has more than 70 restaurants and it serves more than 5,000,000 customers a year throughout the UK, Ireland, Middle East and Scandinavia (via its iconic conveyor belt).
Victoria Square centre manager Michelle Greeves said: "We're delighted to welcome YO! Sushi. It is a testament to the success and profile of the centre that it has chosen us as the location for its first northern Irish restaurant. "The stylish new eatery is a welcome boost to our entertainment offering and to the city's evening economy, introducing the people of Belfast and visitors to a sushi experience like no other." Antrim-based Marcon is with fitting out the 67-seater restaurant at the Ann Street entrance to the centre.