Sushi bar in city centre applies for takeaway permission

Posted on - 28th February, 2014 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Business, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Preston News, Takeaways



A city centre sushi takeaway has applied retrospectively for planning permission to be able to sell hot food.

The Sushi Salad Noodle Bar has been selling hot takeaways for a number of weeks.

Now the owner Margaret Greenhalgh has applied to the city council’s planning department to confirm permission for it to carry on serving hot food.

Previous planning permission only covers selling cold food for takeaway consumption.

The sushi bar at the top end of Guildhall Street is open from 10.30am to 10pm every day.

Lancashire Police have responded to the application asking for CCTV to be installed behind the counter.

And they ask for the closing time of 10pm to be part of the permission and cannot be altered without seeking authoring from the council.

Sushi Salad Noodle Bar has been winnin fans since opening with our own Tony Worrall chomping his way through a tasty and very reasonably priced lunch there in January.

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