The latest addition to the Sticks’n’Sushi family is located right in the middle of bustling Beak Street. The building has already reached iconic status due to its ombre façade made with iridescent glazed bricks in shades of green and blue – but also because world-famous artist Damien Hirst has turned its upper floors into his art studio.
Even though everything inside the restaurant is brand new, the beloved menu has not changed a bit. So you can still catch their signature dishes such as the devilishly delicious Hell’s Kitchen maki with bubbly tempura shrimp and Japanese barbeque sauce, or the renowned yakitori skewers such as the Buta Yaki with organic, free-range pork from Denmark.
Inside the restaurant, you are greeted by a warm and welcoming design, drawing on their Danish-Japanese heritage. It features a plethora of partitions hanging from the ceiling, inspired by the Japanese Noren curtains, used to separate and decorate doorways in Japan. Their soft and sound dampening qualities add to the Danish Hygge, a distinct feeling of cosiness that permeates every square foot of the two-storey restaurant.
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