FAB award for YO! Sushi
27 June, 2012
YO! Sushi has picked up the prize for best self service or assisted service concept at the Airport Food and Beverage Awards.
YO! shares the prize with SSP for the chain’s branch at Oslo Airport, pictured, which opened in February. The site was designed by DGA and hosts 46 covers in 100 square metres of space.
YO! Sushi CEO Robin Rowland said: “It’s a real honour to have been recognised with such a prestigious international award… Winning such an accolade highlights YO! Sushi as the perfect elegant pit stop ideal for time-starved jet-setters, our successful partnership with SSP and our endless endeavor to deliver a unique fast, fun and fresh Japanese dining experience for all customers across the globe. This is an incredible achievement as we continue to expand and grow our international portfolio.”
The prize was one of seven on the night for SSP, including the overall title of 'world's best travel-related food and beverage offer' for Le Train Bleu at the Gare du Nord. Andrew Lynch, CEO of SSP, added: “We are delighted to have won this prestigious award for a truly outstanding brand that has proved a real winner in the travel environment.”
The awards were staged as part of the second Airport Food and Beverage Conference in Amsterdam, run by the Moodie Report and sister publication the Foodie Report. For the full list of winners from around the world, click here.
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