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Yo Sushi Super Sumo Sunday - Oxford Circus £18.50

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
This was posted last week (and assumed to be only for last week) but I did a search and it seems it is an on-going promotion on every sunday until the 8th of May. Not bad, but it's only off the belt and not ala carte.

Pop down to YO! Sushi Oxford Circus (just behind Oxford Circus tube station) on your own, with some friends or bring the whole family and see just how much sushi you and your party really can munch on!

From Sun 10th April until Sun 8th May you'll be able to enjoy All YO! Can Eat off the belt until you heart's content.

£18.50 for adults
£9.50 for children under 12 years old

T&C
This offer is valid at YO! Sushi Oxford Circus only from Sun 10th April until Sun 8th May (inclusive).
At the end of your meal you will be charged £18.50 each (children under 12 years old to be charged £9.50 each) plus any drinks or extras that you have consumed (food that has been ordered).
Everyone in your party/table must choose the All YO! Can Eat option for the offer to be valid.
You must finish ALL food on all your plates or you will be charged full price for that plate.
All YO! can eat offer applies to guests eating off of the belt only, not a la carte.
Offer excludes grey and yellow plates.
Offer not transferable or available in conjunction with another offer (e.g. Student discount) and there is no cash alternative.
YO! Sushi Manager's decision is final.
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#1
The t&c seem severly harsh! If you try something and don't like it, they charge you full price for not finishing!
#2
cold, can get better sushi for cheaper including drinks at a couple of places that i know of in west london. its not really cheap for mediocre sushi.
#3
pikachu12
cold, can get better sushi for cheaper including drinks at a couple of places that i know of in west london. its not really cheap for mediocre sushi.

mind sharing?
#4
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pikachu12
cold, can get better sushi for cheaper including drinks at a couple of places that i know of in west london. its not really cheap for mediocre sushi.

mind sharing?


Kiraku by Ealing Common Tube, http://www.kiraku.co.uk/

i know its not exactly in Central London but I wouldn't go to Oxford Circus just for Yo Sushi :p

edit: suppose it depends how much you eat since it's not "all you can eat"

Edited By: pikachu12 on Apr 13, 2011 12:19
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pikachu12
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pikachu12
cold, can get better sushi for cheaper including drinks at a couple of places that i know of in west london. its not really cheap for mediocre sushi.

mind sharing?


Kiraku by Ealing Common Tube, http://www.kiraku.co.uk/

i know its not exactly in Central London but I wouldn't go to Oxford Circus just for Yo Sushi :p

edit: suppose it depends how much you eat since it's not "all you can eat"


Thanks will give it a try sometimes. Just found out Sushi Hiro closed down.
#6
mm its a shame i wasn't into sushi when it was open, heard it was great
#7
Hmmm... if this is genuine Japanese seafood I'd give it a miss for the next 1000 years or so.
#8
Hi everyone

The above offer is very attractive.

Before try it, I would like to have some feedback from everyone


Did anyone try this offer and visit the restaurant? If yes, could you please kindly provide the feedback and which restaurant did you attend ?

My point is that if you take around 5-8 plates and each plate's original price is around 5 or 6 pound, (ie 48pound =8X 6 pound ! save around 30 pound. Each plate is just pure Salmon /Tuna without having rice !!!) However, will Yo sushi provide 6pound/plate for the above "all you can eat" on the belt ?

It will be very good idea if anyone tried it and give the true feedback

In addition, will the restaurant provide unlimited "misso soup"?

Many thanks in advace !!!
#9
Hi everyone

The above offer is very attractive.

Before try it, I would like to have some feedback from everyone


Did anyone try this offer and visit the restaurant? If yes, could you please kindly provide the feedback and which restaurant did you attend ?

My point is that if you take around 5-8 plates and each plate's original price is around 5 or 6 pound, (ie 48pound =8X 6 pound ! save around 30 pound. Each plate is just pure Salmon /Tuna without having rice !!!) However, will Yo sushi provide 6pound/plate for the above "all you can eat" on the belt ?

It will be very good idea if anyone tried it and give the true feedback

In addition, will the restaurant provide unlimited "misso soup"?

Many thanks in advace !!!
#10
jsuper2006
Hi everyone

The above offer is very attractive.

Before try it, I would like to have some feedback from everyone


Did anyone try this offer and visit the restaurant? If yes, could you please kindly provide the feedback and which restaurant did you attend ?

My point is that if you take around 5-8 plates and each plate's original price is around 5 or 6 pound, (ie 48pound =8X 6 pound ! save around 30 pound. Each plate is just pure Salmon /Tuna without having rice !!!) However, will Yo sushi provide 6pound/plate for the above "all you can eat" on the belt ?

It will be very good idea if anyone tried it and give the true feedback

In addition, will the restaurant provide unlimited "misso soup"?

Many thanks in advace !!!


Hi there,

I went recently and wrote an article on my 'Super Sumo Sunday' experience; it should answer a lot of your questions: http://****/pvkHxg
#11
jsuper2006
Hi everyone

The above offer is very attractive.

Before try it, I would like to have some feedback from everyone


Did anyone try this offer and visit the restaurant? If yes, could you please kindly provide the feedback and which restaurant did you attend ?

My point is that if you take around 5-8 plates and each plate's original price is around 5 or 6 pound, (ie 48pound =8X 6 pound ! save around 30 pound. Each plate is just pure Salmon /Tuna without having rice !!!) However, will Yo sushi provide 6pound/plate for the above "all you can eat" on the belt ?

It will be very good idea if anyone tried it and give the true feedback

In addition, will the restaurant provide unlimited "misso soup"?

Many thanks in advace !!!


Hi there,

I went recently and wrote an article on my 'Super Sumo Sunday' experience; it should answer a lot of your questions: http://****/pvkHxg

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