The Danish-based restaurant group Sticks'n'Sushi brings Japanese cuisine to Berlin. The first Berlin restaurant is located in Potsdamer Straße in the former Tagesspiegel building. Here, Sticks'n'Sushi skillfully serves sushi from the Imperial Japanese cuisine with yakitori skewers from the Japanese street kitchen in an elegant ambience. In addition, guest enjoy is individual service, Japanese green tea, sake and wine. Chef is Song Lee from South Korea, who was formerly chef at the Berlin DAE MON Restaurant. He is convinced: "Sticks'n'Sushi stands for high Japanese craftsmanship, good product quality and creative loyalty to Japanese cuisine".
The interior design of the Japanese restaurant in Berlin-Mitte is clear, modern and was designed by the Danish architect Terese Erngaard. The main eye-catcher is the central spiral staircase at the end of the restaurant, which connects the two floors. The generous window front is also striking. In summer, the restaurant opens up to Potsdamer Strasse with its bar with floor-to-ceiling windows. If you've got a taste for sticks'n'sushi, you can take Takeaway home with you.
Sticks'n'Sushi was opened in 1994 in Copenhagen with the idea of bringing good sushi closer to the Danes. Today the family business is still managed by the founders Kim Rahbek and Thor Andersen and has restaurants in Denmark, Copenhagen and now also in Germany.
- Daily: from 10:00 am, kitchen from noon
- Public Transport: U-Bhf Kurfürstenstraße, M 48
- Takeaway : kann auch online bestellt werden.