Sushi counter comes to Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 06:37 10 September 2016

A new sushi counter is coming to Waitrose in Welwyn Garden City

A new sushi counter is coming to Waitrose in Welwyn Garden City

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Waitrose in Welwyn Garden City is set to offer customers sushi which has been freshly made in store.

A new sushi counter is coming to Waitrose in Welwyn Garden CityA new sushi counter is coming to Waitrose in Welwyn Garden City

The brand new sushi counter is being launched on Tuesday, September 20, in cooperation with European sushi bar provider Sushi Daily.

The counter aims to provide customers with convenient food which they can eat on the go, as well as a quick and healthy option for an evening meal.

A wide range of hand-made and sustainably sourced sushi and maki will be available throughout the day.

Maki is fish or vegetables which have been rolled in rice and seaweed, while sushi is fish on top of a small bed of rice.

Six chefs, described by Waitrose as “skilled sushi artisans”, will prepare the products fresh in front of customers throughout the day.

Customers will also be able to place larger orders for meetings or parties, with a wide range of platters available.

Waitrose branch manager OJ Daya said: “These are exciting times for our Welwyn Garden City customers and the arrival of the new sushi counter underlines our determination to make sure we continue to improve and innovate.

“Our customers’ lifestyles are changing with the growth of eating on the move - and the investment we have made during last few years has been designed to respond to that shift.

“Customers are increasingly attracted by products that can deliver for them on quality, convenience and health and sushi does this brilliantly.”

Once the counter is open, customers can order sushi by calling 01707 373400


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