Sticks n Sushi, Copenhagen (Nansensgade) - 14 Oct 2018.
Sticks n Sushi delivers yet again.
Having had one of our best ever meals at Sticks n Sushi in London’s Convent Garden, we were excited to come to the restaurant where it all started in Copenhagen.
It is a very different restaurant to the Covent Garden one, it is cosy and intimate as befitting a start up restaurant rather than the successful brand it has become. It has charm and character and lovely welcoming staff.
What is the same though is the delicious and varied choices of Japanese food that is Sticks n Sushi’s hallmark. Laid out in a large menu with enticing pictures the hardest part of eating here is deciding which of the dishes you don’t want to order.
We ordered the grilled edamame, the seaweed salad, the ebi kit (a selection of different prawn tempura sushi) and two different ‘sticks’; duck breast in panko crumbs and scallops wrapped in bacon.
We had high expectations of the food and those expectations were more than met. It was fresh, beautifully presented and simply delicious. Judging by our experiences in two different countries the same high standard of food is kept at all of their restaurants. As good Japanese cuisine that you can find in Europe, we can’t wait for the next visit.
Our sushi feast with 1 coke and 2 Aftenbajer beers (a nice pale ale) came to 788 Danish Krona, which is £93.16. There’s no denying that is quite expensive but it was a lot of food of a very high standard and we were happy to pay it.
Ambience - 4/5
Service - 4/5
Food - 5/5
Value - 4/5
Overall - 4.5/5