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Sticks’n’Sushi has reportedly acquired sites in Soho and in Chelsea

Sticks’n’Sushi are expanding across town
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Sticks’n’Sushi — the Danish restaurant group specialising in yakitori, nigiri and sashimi — who early this week announced it would be opening a fifth London site in Victoria, has secured a sixth and seventh site, according to a report in MCA.

Both restaurants are expected to open in 2018 as the group has “completed on the deal” to take a site within a big money new development at 40 Beak Street in Soho (which is due to open early in the new year) and “is in the final stages of securing the unit at 113-115 King’s Road,” which is part of the Radnor Walk development in Chelsea.

The company’s group COO, Andreas Karlsson, told MCA that the two sites would launch in the summer of next year and suggested that any subsequent openings would not be until the end of 2018 or early in 2019. They also report that Karlsson “discussed the group’s focus on private dining rooms and why its food-to-go offer was proving more successful than home delivery.”

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