YO! Sushi | My new love... and first time experience! | A Review



 This is such an odd post for me because A) I haven't blogged in days and it's starting to feel like unfamiliar territory ( :( ), and B) I don't like fish!*


YO! Sushi has always been a little hub of noisiness and chaos that has repeatedly caught the corner of my eye as I've walked into Selfridges at The Trafford Centre in Manchester. Somewhere a little too busy for me, as I've always feared I'd get too stressy venturing into a restaurant where anyone and everyone can use chopsticks and be decisive when choosing dishes from the conveyor belt - neither I can do successfully.
However, recently I've developed a bit of an interest towards sushi. *I know fish is good for you but to be fair I've always despised it unless it's your good old John West tuna. Typical materialism here - RE Yo! I was drawn to the pretty colours and the fact the fish makes a good Instagram picture. Don't judge me, I know you've dabbled in that line of thinking before. Anyway, I'm waffling. 


Upon waiting a little too long in the queue (it's okay - it was worth it) me and my friend were directed to a booth where we initially ordered water. There were two dinky taps providing both still and sparkling, with unlimited refills for £1.10 each. Bit good! There was also a little button if you wanted to attract the waiter to order anything. 
Faced with a menu we decided to pick a dish each. There were other alternatives to fish, for example, my friend ordered the Chicken Katsu Curry. On the conveyor belt were little coloured dishes - we had to try some sushi! Each colour represented a different price - here's the dealio: 

Safe to say it was all great value and the best experience - it came to about £9 each and we couldn't finish our food by any means! It was a lovely experience and the staff were so relaxed and friendly which was nice considering the bustling environment. 

And regarding Summer's clean eating fandango, it's inspired me to start making my own (I don't think I'll be able to resist a cheeky visit every so often, though...)


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5 comments

  1. I've wanted to try this but I always thought it seemed too busy as well and I thought it might be a bit overpriced/not very filling but £9 each seems like an amazing deal! Will definitely be visiting soon :)

    allthingsaleena.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I thought exactly the same, please do and let me know how it goes! X

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  2. Great post, I love Yo Sushi :) I love your blog and I have followed you with Bloglovin. If you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted thanks!

    Camille xo

    www.cococami.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I'll check your blog out now - glad you think similarly! X

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  3. I'm glad you dabbled your taste buds into unfamiliar territory and tried out sushi. I'm sure you had your qualms about the dish, though you might agree that there isn't anything worth regretting after trying it out. It's a well-known dish in the Asian cuisine, and it's one of my favorite dishes as well, to be honest. Hahaha! Thanks for sharing that, Eleni! All the best to you! :)

    Tonya Zimmerman @ Fuji Asian Cuisine

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