Glass is invited to visit the new Richmond Sticks’n’Sushi restaurant

STICKS’N’SUSHI have opened the doors to their 13th UK branch, welcoming the lively guests of Richmond to dine on their delectable menu.

Marking the 28th restaurant across Copenhagen, Berlin and the UK, the new restaurant is the ultimate addition to Richmond’s lively high street and resides in the retired 1968 Dickins and Jones department store, which in more recent years, was home to House of Fraser. 

Sticks’n’Sushi Richmond

The interiors recall simplicity and elegance, honing into both the restaurant’s Scandinavian roots and Japanese minimalism. Designed by Berlin architects Diener & Diener, the furnishings are atmospheric with its dim lighting, muted colour palette of rusty reds and clay greys, an architectural blueprint which maps out an effortless flow of the space — all contributing to its sleek and contemporary style.

As for their renowned menu, all offerings are succulent, with their diverse dishes providing options of meat, seafood, sushi and plant-based plates. For special celebrations of two or sharing platters, Carpe Diem, Perfect Day or Greenkeeper — for non-fish and meat eaters — are an ideal way to introduce your palate to the wide range of what Sticks’n’Sushi has to offer. 

Sticks’n’Sushi Richmond

Every dish on the menu includes fresh ingredients and is delivered by a team of talented chefs, while a vast wine and Kampai menu is available from which guests can choose between cocktails, wine, beer, spirits and sake. 

For those with a sweet tooth, the dessert menu proposes various sweet treats, including a pastry with Yuzu curd and meringue, a chocolate fondant centred with matcha, and black sesame custard paired with vanilla ice cream, sesame nougatine and sesame tuile. 

Alongside the opening, all Sticks’n’Sushi branches are offering bento boxes for kids to celebrate Japanese Children’s Day, honouring its heritage and considering children’s health and happiness.

Sticks’n’Sushi Richmond

Located on the corner of George Street and King Street, the new Sticks’n’Sushi branch of Richmond is a must-try for the community and those who visit the vibrant residential district.

“We’re so excited to bring our newest restaurant to Richmond, building our presence in South-West London and welcoming a new team to the Sticks’n’Sushi family. We have long admired this historic town, since our first restaurant in Wimbledon in 2012, we are delighted to open in such an iconic building. Sticks’n’Sushi Richmond will offer the perfect spot for locals and visitors to the area as well as gatherings big and small.” — Andreas Karlsson, Sticks’n’Sushi Group CEO

by Nicole Pereira

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