Like its sibling in Wimbledon, this branch of the groovy Copenhagen-based Japanese chain is entirely approachable, if not exactly authentic. Sticks ‘n’ Sushi’s style mixes arty minimalist surrounds (think sculptural dangling lights, benches and acres of bare brickwork) with a sophisticated version of communal eating that promotes sushi for those who don’t necessarily like raw fish. A cleverly illustrated menu makes its point with pics of asparagus and ham yakitori (‘sticks’) or lamb with herb-butter kebabs alongside dramatically fashioned maki and futomaki rolls. The results are intended to look good on the plate, flavours are true and it’s inexpensive too. Tailor-made for some chic refuelling, although you probably wouldn’t choose it for a dressed-up night out.
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