Yet another Sticks’n’Sushi is to be found a short walk from the University of Cambridge. Situated next to Jamie’s and across from the popular Pint Shop, we could not have asked for a better location. Drop in for a Solo menu served on our rustic stoneware, or enjoy a meal surrounded by the buzz of student chatter.
Grandiose monumentality and harmonic proportions
In the centre of Cambridge’s lively restaurant district is the Guildhall.
The building was erected in 1861 and, through the course of its history, the blackened yellow brick has housed criminals, nuns, indoor markets, books, reading rooms, and art students.
The Guildhall is built in the Palladian style of architecture and is therefore characterised by grandiose monumentality and clear, harmonic proportions. When the building was first opened, it heralded the dawn of a new age for the city of Cambridge—this was a building they could be proud of. Where better to open a branch of Sticks’n’Sushi.
Prepare to be welcomed by a warm atmosphere. The restaurant is equipped with dark flooring and soft paper lamps, and in the middle of it all is an open kitchen with a view of the chef. The building is listed and it is possible to walk up the original iron staircase and along the walkways that were put in to help the librarians put the books back on their shelves.
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).