Happy jubilee YO! Majesty: Now win a sushi meal

Win a £50 towards a meal for two at any UK YO! Sushi restaurant

Happy jubilee YO! Majesty: Now win a sushi meal
22 May 2012

The UK’s popular sushi restaurant is celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s 60th year on the throne with a commemorative plate and a special desert.

While the festivities have generated less buzz in other countries the Queen nominally rules, pretty much everyone in Britain is royally excited about the diamond jubilee celebrations.

Monarchists are getting ready to doff their caps to Her Majesty and republicans are hoping the sunshine will last because most Brits get to enjoy a four-day weekend, thanks to a celebratory public holiday.

Now YO! Sushi is joining the party in hopes of getting the royal seal of approval with their collectable commemorative plate.

The plate which features Her Majesty portrayed with crown and gown in front of a diamond shaped Union Jack emblazoned with the dates of her 60-year reign.

The plate is surrounded by a regal royal blue and is a must for all patriots.

Exclusively available from 1 to 10 June, this royal memorabilia will be the jewel in any collector’s crown, and with only 2,000 produced, be sure you don’t miss out.

Additionally, to honor this historic occasion YO! Sushi is also offering a specially designed ‘diamond’ encrusted Red Fruit Charlotte dessert fit for a Queen (or King). Topped off with sugar diamonds and pearls, the combination of sponge, summer berries, and vanilla mousse together with a glass of fizz is a perfect partnership for the jubilee celebrations.

You can pick up the limited edition plate for £3 ($8 €4) at YO! Sushi restaurants nationwide. Or enjoy the whole royal package (plate, desert and glass of fizz) for £7.50 ($12 €9).

Maybe Her Majesty will be persuaded to pop in to YO! Sushi for a celebratory meal when their new restaurant opens in her home town of Windsor this summer?

Best of all GSN are giving you the chance to win a £50 voucher – enough for a meal for two at any UK nationwide YO! Sushi restaurant. 

To be in with a chance, all you have to do is answer the following question: Where is sushi originally from?

Submit your answers via our Facebook fan page.  

The lucky winner will be chosen on Wednesday (30 May) at 2pm UK time – good luck!

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