Itsu is set to reopen a selection of its travel hub sites this week, following calls from the Prime Minister that people should return to work if they can.

On Friday (14 August), the Asian-inspired healthy fast-food brand will be reopening six stores, including train stations sites in Euston, Victoria Station, Islington, Reading and Victoria 163.

In addition to its new openings, the business is giving away 75,000 gifts to customers, including a ‘pink card’ which entitles its owner to 50% off everything for three months.

As well as the pink cards, the brand will be giving out gifts such as free sushi boxes and refill flasks to the first 1,000 customers back to each of its UK stores and restaurants, visiting stores or ordering via delivery.

It has also unveiled nine new menu items including a veggie meatballs and coconut pot’soup, an Itsu classics sushi set and a Japanese sushi salad.

“It was heart-breaking for us to close in March, so the fact that we are reopening our doors just makes me well up with gratitude, I wanted to celebrate this big moment by giving back to our beloved returning customers,” said founder Julian Metcalfe.

“The Itsu experience will feel different for some time to ensure team members and customers are safe.”