These values drive us forward and define who we are and where we want to be in the future. These values are based on the conversations and surveys with our as well as We Are Group’s staff. Soon you’ll be able to see a glimpse from behind our operations in our social media to truly understand our love towards our team and sustainable, handmade & nordic sushi!
We have made environmental issues an integral part of our company culture. Our green values are visible in our everyday work and we strive to continuously develop and become even more environmentally positive. What we have done so far?
We are looking for a professional, curious, passionate and daring friend to lead our restaurant in Oslo! Read more and apply now HERE!
Did you know that 70% of Sushibar managers & staff are women? We couldn’t be prouder of all these great people! Here is some photos of our amazing boss ladies💗
Sushibar+Wine opened its first restaurant in Oslo in March. On 6 May 2020, it became the first Norwegian sushi restaurant to be awarded both the MSC and ASC certificates. The MSC and ASC traceability certificates for seafood demonstrate that the seafood products in our restaurants are traceable and verifiably sourced in a responsible manner
The world is at a stand still and the environmental effects are already visible. As a carbon neutral company we are happy for the environmental changes, but concerned whether it is possible for us to provide our services in a post-crisis environment. Your support is more important than ever! No one has experienced a similar crisis before, but we firmly believe that every cloud has a silver lining. The world
Press release 27.2.2020 Not many know that sushi and sustainability seldom fit in the same sentence. Sushibar+Wine, a Nordic artisan sushi restaurant chain, wants to make a difference. Sushibar+Wine will be the first carbon-neutral sushi restaurant in the country, opening in Oslo Posthallen next week, 2nd March. “It’s tricky for restaurants to achieve a carbon-neutral value chain because of the limited power they have over their suppliers. We need change