Japanese restaurant in Cheltenham announces it will close in one week

One of Cheltenham's popular Japanese restaurants has announced it will close its doors permanently in July 2022.

By Eleanor Fullalove  |  Published
Yogan famously served gold steaks during Gold Cup Week in Cheltenham, alongside an array of Japanese dishes.
Yogan, which famously served gold steaks during Gold Cup Week in Cheltenham, will close in July 2022.

Japanese restaurant and bar, Yogan, which opened its doors on Cheltenham’s Bath Road in May 2021 has announced it will be closing permanently on Sunday 24 July 2022.

‘We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone that has supported us, from our amazing chefs, waiting staff and our wonderful customers’ it said in a Facebook update posted on Friday 15 July 2022.

‘If you have not yet tried our food, or want one last try, please book your tables before the 24th of July’ it continued.

Yogan famously put festive turkey and cranberry bao buns on the menu at Christmas and introduced gold steaks to capitalise on the town’s Gold Cup Day in March, giving London’s Salt Bae a run for its money as well.

The closure of Yogan coincides with the opening of another Japanese restaurant on Cheltenham’s foodie scene, with Nagomi due to open its doors shortly, while Yoku also opened at 131 on the Promenade in March 2022.

To book a table at Yogan while you still can, visit yogan.uk or call (01242) 801215.

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