Bringing high-end Japanese cuisine to Mayfair, Sake No Hana offers a blend of innovative interior design and eclectic cooking techniques. Sample sizzling meat cuts from the charcoal grill, supremely fresh sushi and sashimi from the bar, or traditional Japanese sakes and whiskeys. In the dining room, linear bamboo structures, an earthy colour palette and clean angles make for a natural yet edgy space.
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Sake No Hana
23 St. James's StreetLondonSW1A 1HA
one of my fav restaurants in mayfair to have sushi
lovely decor amazing food and good service'
always happy to go back recommend it!more
Sake No Hana has been on my must visit list ever since I saw it on SilverSpoon London's blog at the start of this year. It's a little more out of my price range for a regular dinner but via OpenTable you can get a great 5 course Taste of Sake No Hana menu including glass of prosecco for £29 per person which is great for a special occasion.
The first course was, of course, a traditional white...more
Pretty pricy and posh, but also very good. I came alone and ate at the bar, which is the best seat as you can watch the chefs prepare gorgeous sushi. The waiters were friendly and good, but perhaps not 5-star. The sushi was amazing! The black cod very nice. The aubergine and fig dish was good, but not great. The mochi ice cream was super. All in all a good experience. The venue and location...more
Visited Sake no Hana with a big group, which may explain I didn't find the experience all that great.
Food wise I didn't get to pick - various selections were brought out - so tried the thinly sliced sea bass (good), sesame fried aubergine and fig (average), sesame spinach with casava chips, salmon, duck and I cannot recall the other dishes. I didn't find any of the dishes I tried...more
This was my first visit to one of the Hakkasan restaurants and on this basis I'd definitely give it another go. Overall the food was good, the tasting menu reasonable priced and the service was fantastic. Having to get the lift down to the basement for a trip to the toilet was a bit weird but not odd enough to be too much of a distraction.
Food wise could be slightly hit and miss. The miso...more