New Japanese, Thai and Korean Panku street food stand opens in Hull


A new street food stand serving Japanese, Thai and Korean dishes has arrived in Hull – and it’s already popular.

Panku Streetfood, owned by Yo Sushi, is the latest offering for Hull foodies looking for something a little different.

This takeaway stand is located in the heart of Asda Mount Pleasant and offers something for everyone.

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Panku opened its first store during the Covid-19 pandemic and has gone from strength to strength.

The Holderness Road branch is the 100th store to open.

Elle Maddison, 26, who runs the bandstand, said: ‘It’s been a lot more popular than expected.

“Sushi is so important to some people – there’s so much more to it than raw fish.”

The kiosk offers something for everyone

In fact, raw fish is only a small part of this kiosk’s offering. There’s salmon, chicken, shrimp, and vegan options – plus authentic seaweed.

You can order hot and cold dishes and the kiosk wants to satisfy everyone.

“We want customers to give us ideas, we have so many products on offer and we’re always open to feedback,” Elle said.

“I would really like to have a clientele that we see every week, they say hello to us and we all know who we are.

“I think the hull is culturally diverse and people want to try new things and it gives them the opportunity to do that.”

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