Sticks 'n' Sushi

Sticks 'n' Sushi

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Posted 2013-07-11 by Lauren Kleynhansfollow
They say a good man is hard to find, however I think good sushi is even harder. But now you don't need to travel all the way to Tokyo to enjoy the delights of Japanese cuisine - you just need to venture to Wimbledon Hill Road, to .


originally started out in Copenhagen, founded by the half Dutch and half Japanese brothers Jens and Kim Rahbek and Thor Andersen. After becoming one of the most successful restaurant chains in Denmark, decided to branch out into the London market, where it has proved to be just as successful. It's not surprising to understand why.

The food is fresh, colourful and decorated beautifully. Your plate of food looks more like an artists masterpiece than something that will shortly be consumed.


The menu is varied to suit all tastes. For those who haven't quite caught onto the sushi craze, there is also a wide offering of yakitori sticks, which are cooked on the grill. There are salads, steaks and many other delicious options. You can enjoy one of many amazing and refreshing cocktails.


The d├ęcor is trendy and contemporary, attracting a range of customers from families to young adults. The staff are energetic and friendly, without being in your face. There are also no walls between you and the chef, allowing you to admire his expert knife work while he prepares the food.


This will be one of the most beautiful sushi experiences you'll have. If you love sushi, will be your paradise.

will shortly be opening another restaurant in London. The second London restaurant is due to open its door to the public in Convent Gardens in Autumn 2013.

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