Jobs created as burger chain plans for UK-wide expansion

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Casual dining brand Yoh Burger has created 20 jobs with the launch of its first forecourt store in Rotherham, with plans to expand across UK.

The 25-seat retro joint will officially open its doors at the Fitzwilliam Service Station tomorrow.

The store also features a dedicated dessert counter with fresh cakes, ice creams, premium milkshakes, waffles and cookie dough.

A spokesperson for the company said that the Rotherham store was just the start of a planned UK-wide push for the brand from forecourts to the High Street.

She said: “We are delighted to open our first in Rotherham and bring a unique concept to the town.

“We genuinely believe our build-your-own burger concept and our emphasis on fresh quality locally sourced products is something the region has never experienced before.

“As a company we have ambitious plans to take this concept across the UK not only to forecourts but also on the High Street as a standalone concept.

“Our aim going forward is to really drive our expansion in Yorkshire and want this Fitzwilliam Road store to be the first of a long chain in the region creating jobs for the locality.”

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