THE latest YO! Sushi to be created by Pacific Building is now open and trading – and catching the attention of passers-by.
The stunning fit-out of a former Pizza Hut on West George Street in Glasgow city centre was as comprehensive as projects such as this can get.
Work involved a complete gut-out of the former premises in a historic building followed by a full refurbishment and makeover.
The restaurant chain, famous for its conveyor belt system delivering Japanese food to diners, now boasts four outlets in Glasgow.
YO!’s other three restaurants are located at Braehead shopping centre, Silverburn and within Fraser’s department store on Buchanan Street.
And this is the second one to be created by Pacific – we completed the YO! Sushi at Edinburgh International Airport in February, 2017.
The Glasgow city centre diner opened to eager customers at the end of June 2017 and boasts the company’s signature features such as lava lamps, colourful lighting, table-top steel taps, black and white tiling, feature wooden screens, crisp joinery, minimalist furniture and fittings, bar stools, marble-effect surfaces and full-height windows.
Founded by British entrepreneur Simon Woodroffe in 1997, YO! has about 100 restaurants worldwide.