Yo! Sushi to ditch conveyor belt & introduce new dishes at Croydon Boxpark

Yo! Sushi is opening a branch in Croydon's Boxpark this month but without the traditional Japanese 'kaiten', which means conveyor belt.

The company has applied to Croydon Council for a licence to operate, and serve alcohol, between 9am and 11pm, seven days a week.

The company's advert for staff says: 'We're stripping back to basics and ditching the belt; focusing on Japanese sushi and street food, innovation, culture and provenance. Fish isn't the only thing on the menu either.' It adds that team members will be 'dishing up our exciting new dishes'.

Yo! Sushi opened in London back in 1997, and now operates more than 90 restaurants around the world.