YO! TO GO! is the perfect solution for those feeling peckish on the platform or looking for a quick, delicious meal during their lunch break.
In a bid to make Japanese dining more accessible, food chain YO! has introduced its first YO! TO GO concept at Manchester Piccadilly station.
The new format sees the traditional conveyor belt replaced with the reimagined kiosk, which makes ordering quicker than ever.
From there, customers can build their own meals by choosing from a selection of sushi platters, hot street food including ramen and new donburi bowls, and a selection of sides, desserts and snacks.
YO!’s CEO, Richard Hodgson, said:
“Gone are the days where we’re limited to picking up a soggy sandwich when we’re in a hurry, we’ve modified the restaurant to better suit our customer’s needs and habits.
In busy locations and cities, we’ve found that people want the convenience of fast food but without having to compromise on quality and taste and believe that our YO! TO GO format ticks all the boxes”
YO! TO GO is available at Manchester Piccadilly station now and will be available in other key UK cities from early 2020.
Also published on Medium.