Wallpaper says: Japanese and Danish cuisine both on the pages of Sticks ‘n’ Sushi’s polished photographic menu that resembles a juicy Insta-worthy feed of deliciousness, yet also the interiors of Norm Architects’ new King’s Road outpost – Sticks n Sushi’s sixth London restaurant. read more
GQ Magazine says: For the unfamiliar, Japanese cuisine can be quite the learning curve. This Danish-born outfit keeps it simple, selling either sticks (yakitori, cooked meat or fish served kebab-style) or sushi (and even you know what that is). Yet Sticks’n’Sushi’s culinary offerings are far from minimal - their “Photo Book” menu is a dazzling cornucopia of miniature delights. read more
We Heart says: Founded 24 years ago by brothers Jens and Kim Rahbek with Thor Andersen, Sticks’n’Sushi has remained committed to being a ‘one of a kind’ restaurant, an establishment for diners to cherish high-quality traditional sushi and yakitori from the grill. With outposts as far and wide as London, Berlin, and Copenhagen, the brand have expanded their UK offerings with the recent opening on Kings Road, Chelsea. read more
Dezeen says: Diners move from dark and cosy spaces to light spaces as they climb through the levels of this London sushi restaurant by Danish studio Norm Architects. Located on King's Road in Chelsea, Sticks n Sushi seats 220 guests over three floors, making it the largest restaurant that Copenhagen-based firm Norm Architects has designed to date. read more




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