Sticks’n’Sushi Ace the Tennis Championship

Sticks’n’Sushi Wimbledon & King’s Road are serving up a treat as they welcome guests throughout the Wimbledon tennis championship with a special dessert to celebrate the iconic tournament.

Sticks’n’Sushi, the Japanese-Danish restaurant group, is known for its high-quality, fresh food based on a unique combination of traditional sushi, salads and yakitori sticks from the grill, offering diners a welcoming combination of Danish hygge and Japanese Noren. Throughout the Championship, guests at Sticks’n’Sushi, Wimbledon & King’s Road can enjoy a winning combination of flavours in their speciality dessert; a matcha and white chocolate pannacotta with a strawberry and Pimm’s reduction.* Game, set, matcha!

Priced at £8, the smashing dessert will only be available at Sticks’n’Sushi Wimbledon and King’s Road from 3rd – 16th July, so don’t miss your chance to try it!

For the little ones, Sticks’n’Sushi will offer their normal children’s menu, and encourage them to have a look around the restaurant to try and find the cheeky little monkey that hangs and hides in the restaurants on daily basis. If they are lucky, they might just get to see him dressed in his tennis whites…

Guests visiting during the warmer months can also experience Sticks’n’Sushi’s summer special menu, available for just 8 weeks throughout the summer, available from 27th June. The speciality menu, priced at £90, includes many much-loved dishes, perfect for tantalising your tastebuds with the fresh Japanese flavours of the summer season. The menu includes speciality dishes such as Shake Ceviche – Salmon, miso, chilli, red onion, coriander, tiger’s milk and crispy kataifi, Rice Paper Chicken – Chicken, crisp salad, avocado, snow peas, shiso & spicy goma and the ever-popular Ebi Panko – Tempura shrimp and spicy sauce, topped with avocado.

These are complemented with three tantalising apple sake cocktails, including the refreshing Rin To Kanade, made with Roku gin, apple sake, honey, lemon and mint – who said Summer was only for Pimm’s?

Further information – Sticks’n’Sushi Wimbledon OR Sticks’n’Sushi King’s Road