Sticks’n’Sushi refurbishes Greenwich restaurant
A Copenhagen-based interior architect was tapped for the refurbishment.
Sticks’n’Sushi has announced the refurbishment of its Greenwich restaurant alongside celebrating its ninth birthday.
The restaurant brand tapped Copenhagen-based interior architect Emily Broom for the refurbishment. The restaurant will retain its ‘dark/light’ concept whilst adding a playfulness in design that is both contemporary and classic.
The restaurant will have a more open and flexible dining space, with warm and smoky wood tables bringing the hospitable feel of Greenwich to the restaurant.
The bar features a beautiful new stone top, which elevates and infuses a contemporary sophistication to the restaurant. The facade has received a fresh facelift that complements the new interiors and is sympathetic to the charming Greenwich conservation area. To retain ties with its Danish history, trusted Danish suppliers have been used where possible.
Doors of the newly refurbished restaurant will open on 10 February. Guests who will book a table before the date will receive a complimentary glass of fizz.
In addition, Sticks’n’Sushi will be offering complimentary kids bento boxes for every child that dines for lunch with a fully paying adult from 12 to 14 February over half term.
Originating from Copenhagen Sticks’n’Sushi was founded by half-Danish, half-Japanese brothers Jens and Kim Rahbek and Thor Andersen. Sticks’n’Sushi first arrived in London in 2012, growing rapidly, and now with 12 restaurants in the UK: Wimbledon, Covent Garden, Greenwich, Canary Wharf, Victoria, King’s Road, Soho, White City, Shoreditch, Kingston, Oxford, and Cambridge.
The 13th UK restaurant, in Richmond, will open in the spring of this year.