Sticks'n'Sushi | Berlin

Second restaurant for Germany

Sticks 'n' Sushi CEO Andreas Karlsson is excited about the opening of the second restaurant in Berlin.
Sticks 'n' Sushi
Sticks 'n' Sushi CEO Andreas Karlsson is excited about the opening of the second restaurant in Berlin.

Four years after its German launch in Potsdamer Straße in Berlin, the Danish restaurant chain is opening its second location Germany. Again it is Berlin, this time in Kantstraße.

"We are very excited to be here and curious about our new neighbors," says CEO Andreas Karlsson. He adds that the new Sticks'n'Sushi will also pamper its guests with the typical Sticks DNA in a friendly and caring way, always aiming to surprise in culinary terms as well.

The Berlin-based architects Diener & Diener are responsible for the interior design of the new Sticks'n'Sushi in the former rooms of the legendary Le Bar du Paris. As a tribute to the design of the rooms by the Hoidn-Wang team of architects at the end of the 1970s, Diener & Diener were responsible for the dark green and white Carrara marble floor, the black-brown wenge wood, the defining art niches in the walls and the corresponding mirrors, among other things.
At the same time, continue the concept for a contemporary, modern restaurant: while rosewood and dove blue dominate the front area, powdery lavender and midnight blue welcome guests in the back. "We have also created a signature blend of Danish hygge and Japanese minimalism for Berlin's newest Sticks'n'Sushi, using only sustainable or recycled materials, says Diener & Diener.

"We celebrate our new opening by welcoming all guests with open arms and generosity, because generosity is part of Sticks'n'Sushi's DNA," explains Germany managing director Annette Schwarz. "Anyone who visits us in the first month is invited for a round on the house! No matter what guests want to drink with their meal - wine, beer, champagne or a drink for the kids - the second round of drinks is on us." The promotion runs through October 25.

In total, Sticks 'n' Sushi has 23 units in major cities in Denmark and the UK: Copenhagen (12), London (7), Oxford (1), Cambridge (1) and Berlin (2).