New sushi takeaway service officially opens in Huntingdon

Get your chopsticks at the ready because a new sushi takeaway service has officially opened in Huntingdon.

Doge Sushi opened its doors to customers on Tuesday, November 15, with the Mayor of Huntingdon, David Landon Cole, and Huntingdon First town manager Paul Sweeney, invited to the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

A Facebook post from Doge Sushi said: “We are so glad and honored to have Paul Sweeney and Cllr David Landon Cole for the opening.

“For the customers we served today, we hope you like our sushi.”

The takeaway is located on All Saints Passage, just off the high street.

Doge offers a delivery service to Huntingdon, Hartford, Godmanchester, Brampton, St Ives, Buckden and St Neots.

The Hunts Post: Mayor of Huntingdon Cllr David Landon Cole and Huntingdon First town manager Paul Sweeney with the Doge Sushi owners for the opening.Mayor of Huntingdon Cllr David Landon Cole and Huntingdon First town manager Paul Sweeney with the Doge Sushi owners for the opening. (Image: Paul Sweeney)

Cllr Landon Cole said: “Doge Sushi very kindly invited me along today for their opening and even let me have a go at making sushi.

“The sushi is super, and there are vegan options!.”

The takeout service is open every Tuesday to Saturday until 9pm and offers an extensive menu with something for everyone to enjoy.

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