The restaurant on Potsdamer Straße opened its doors in 2017, thus creating a new chapter in the history of Sticks’n’Sushi: Germany. Its impeccable interior design is complete with soft, Danish touches. The big square windows, straight lines, and black and white colour scheme are contrasted with a natural winding staircase that twists its way around the flowing curtains that lead the way to the first floor. Up here, you will be greeted with a view of guests on the ground floor enjoying their sake—and of pedestrians rushing by on the historic street outside.
The contrast quarter
The sharp and monumental buildings on Potsdamer Straße are teeming with history. The street was known for its art galleries and antique shops in the 1920s, but it has since developed into an area of opposites, as the home of both the red light district and exclusive shops. Potse is nothing short of a melting pot of opportunities.
Our restaurant is located in the building that once housed the prize-winning newspaper, Der Tagesspiegel. This was the newspaper that provided Berliners with their daily news when the war was drawing to a close in 1945. In line with our respect for the local area, we have modernised the high-ceilinged industrial room to create a pleasant atmosphere for our guests, so sinking your chopsticks into your fresh sushi or colourful salad is a treat in itself.
The menu is our staple menu, filled with vegetables, meat, and fish. There is something for everyone, regardless of whether they prefer raw or grilled. There is even a balanced mix of sushi, grilled delicacies, and colourful salads. The vegetables are fresh —and our presentations are innovative and appeal to the senses. As always, we offer desserts, Japanese beers, and sake (and if you prefer your raw fish with carbonated beverages, that can easily be arranged, too).