The three-storey site (on the King's Road) is the Danish group’s largest restaurant to date - has open-plan dining areas with plenty of their signature, stylish Scandinavian touches (think walnut wood and pendant lights by Parachilna) - with each floor having its own identity.
The well-priced menu (presented in their unique ‘Photo Album’ style), offers a wide variety of their eponymous and super fresh and stunningly presented dishes, from nigiri and yakitori which can be ordered by the single piece to deluxe sharing sets for two or more, as well as maki rolls, greens, salads, chirashi bowls and plenty of meat dishes (such as the Wagyu beef tartare) and plenty of vegan and vegetarian choices. Service aptly embody's the group's belief in merydelser – Danish for ‘going the extra mile’ - with takeaway available. There are additional Sticks’n’Sushi outposts in Victoria, Wimbledon, Covent Garden, Greenwich and Canary Wharf.
Family feasting; top-notch sushi and yakitori
The Kings Room, a 26-seat basement - located ‘restaurant-within-a-restaurant', equipped with its own kitchen, cocktail bar and dedicated team. Choose bespoke menus prepared by your own chefs and even your own music.
Miso black cod dragon roll, tempura shrimp temaki, and beef with crunchy chilli and garlic.