On the Friday night, after we had come back from the Studio Tour, we went to Sticks'n'Sushi for dinner. It didn't fit into the Harry Potter post but I still wanted to write about it because oh my, it was so good. Sticks'n'Sushi is a chain of restaurants, originally Danish but available in London since 2012. We went to the one in Covent Garden and were lucky enough to get some seats in the bar area downstairs.
Sticks'n'Sushi offers not only sushi, but also different small dishes of Japanese and East-Asian food, as well as "sticks" of grilled meat or veggies. You can either pick and choose between the many small plates available, or order a set menu. While the three others ordered a big selection of non-veggie sushi and meat, I decided to just choose a few dishes from the menu for myself. I had chargrilled edamame, mixed vegetables with satay sauce, kimchi, fried cauliflower with a black sesame truffle sauce, and two types of sushi - inari (tofu with ginger, shiitake and sesame) and sayendo (snowpeas). Eating vegan at Sticks'n'Sushi was so easy, and everything was delicious. I especially loved the cauliflowers (they were so moreish!) and the inari sushi.
After the meal we went to the pub for a while, and on the way from the pub we passed by Piccadilly Circus, which looked really rather lovely, as per usual, and of course I had to take a few tourist-y photos!
And that's the last of my trip to London! I hope you haven't got bored of my endless London rambles, and that you've enjoyed my recollections and photo-dumps. I had a really lovely weekend and I can't wait to go back again this summer.