Oozing ultra-sleek Scandinavian chic, Sticks'n'Sushi brings fun and fashionable fusion food to Greenwich. With the original Sticks'n'Sushi site in Copenhagen, this cutting-edge concept combines the best in Japanese and Nordic dining, with a typically slick dining room featuring suspended art pieces, clean angles and a stony grey colour palette.As its name suggests, the Sticks'n'Sushi menu features a mix of freshly-crafted sushi and sizzling yakitori sticks - loaded with chicken, red meat and vegetables - served straight from the grill.
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Sticks N Sushi
1 Nelson RoadGreenwichLondonSE10 9JB
- +44 20 3141 8220
Gorgeous food, friendly waiters and bright, airy surroundings. Well worth a visit if you're a fan of Japanese food.more
Fusion done right. Perfectly cooked rice, fresh fish, interesting flavour combinations and absolutely delicious.more
I'm normally dubious of 'fusion cuisine' places, as some tend to be trend over substance. This place, however, seamlessly merges quality and style. It is also a useful choice if you are dining with someone who isn't big on sushi, as there are enough chicken and beef choices to satiate them.
Decor is slick Scandi -- even their website is gorgeous and menu design is beautiful, showing...more
Fish sliced by an electric slicer, hardly need to say more, though the poorly cubed tough tuna in my spicy tuna roll was overpowered by shishimi togarashi, thus warranting the continuation of this review.
Chicken yakitori tasted of very little aside from peppers despite there being no peppers on the skewer. Assuming used the same knife to cut the green peppers, or less likely, the chicken...more
The food is okay. It's not traditional sushi, but if you want to mix it up a bit why not go for Danish sushi fusion?
The interior is very Scandinavian, spacious and minimalist. The food is prepared in a lovely way, and our favorites were the meat skewers. We definitely preferred the skewers over the sushi, specifically the rib-eye and the lamb. The ribs were also to die for.
When it comes...more