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London Victoria Station was opened in 1859 and is the second busiest train station in London, which is a close second only to Waterloo. 75% of the population travel through Victoria station each year. We love the idea of offering our guests a taste of Tokyo with a touch of Copenhagen at our restaurant, Sticks'n'Sushi in Victoria before heading to the concrete jungle that is the London city.
Nova Victoria Nova Victoria is a new design concept for a building that was created in the year 2017. The glass facade that surrounds it is a small, cosy restaurant that we call Our Sticks'n'Sushi Restaurant in Victoria to be a part of the English landscape.
The Sticks'n'Sushi restaurant located in Victoria has been decorated in a typical Danish manner, featuring candles and large, airy curtains that help to wrap the diners in bubbles of their own. The main colours are dark black, dusty green, and wood and over the tables are huge lamps that highlight the decor of the restaurant. It is distinguished by its Japanese appearance. We've stayed with the basic principles of the Japanese style, called wabi-sabi that is about simplicity, humility as well as the ability to find perfection even in the imperfect.
It is believed that the Hong Kong based architecture firm, Neri & Hu, have merged the ideas of Danish Hygge with Japanese minimalism in perfect accordance with our concept of Sticks'n'Sushi as the middle place that lies between Tokyo as well as Copenhagen.
The Sticks'n'Sushi restaurant located in Victoria is spread over two floors. The architects were tasked with creating an idea that was inspired by the concept of a building built on rock. The restaurant appears as if it was carved out of the rock's side. Lamps and mirrors illuminate the many nooks and crevices in the restaurant. And if you climb to the first floor it's like you're walking through the church due to the beautiful arches.
The tables under the gorgeous arches give a glimpse of the kitchen area, where chefs are cooking our classic Sticks'n'Sushi menu that includes meat, vegetables, fish as well as high-end sushi. There's plenty to satisfy anyone, regardless of whether you prefer raw or grill. You can also enjoy a balanced mixture of sushi, grilled delicious foods, and colourful salads. Fresh vegetables are served -- and our menus are inventive and entice the senses. As always, we serve treats, Japanese beer, sake and other beverages (and If you prefer to eat your raw fish served with carbonated drinks it is easily set up, too.).
If you're in an organization of 10 or more plus, we can provide the possibility of a large table at our restaurant, where you can sit down and chat with others, while being shielded from other guests and not feel separated. For larger parties or larger groups, we can discuss our semi-private dining option at the time of making your reservation.
We can't wait to meet at the "Stickers'n'Sushi Restaurant in Victoria.