Danish-Japanese Sticks'n'Sushi opening at Canary Wharf

By Sophie Witts contact

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Sticks'n'Sushi first opened in London in Wimbledon in 2012
Sticks'n'Sushi first opened in London in Wimbledon in 2012

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Danish-Japanese restaurant group Sticks‘n’Sushi is opening its fourth London site in Canary Wharf on 1 May.

The latest opening in the Crossrail building​, the new Sticks‘n’Sushi site will consist of a single large room featuring a 23 metre long bar and an open kitchen.

The restaurant will be the first of the brand to offer a breakfast menu, fusing Danish and Japanese influences to offer croissants, rice soup, quinoa roll with herbs, and bread and cheese among other options.

The main Canary Wharf menu will continue to offer the same sushi options as the other sites, as well as a selection of chicken, pork, beef, lamb and vegetable yakitori grilled to order. A takeaway service will also be available.

Sticks’n’Sushi was founded 20 years ago by the brothers Kim and Jens Rahbek who took inspiration from their half-Japanese, half-Danish background to combine the culinary traditions of Sushi and Yakitori from the charcoal grills.

The brand currently operates 11 sites in Copenhagen and launched their first UK site in Wimbledon in 2012​, later expanding to Covent Garden​ and Greenwich.

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