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.
|Durchschnittpreis für ein Gericht||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) par personne|
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Sake No Hana
23 St. James's StreetLondonSW1A 1HA
- +44 (0)20 7925 8988
Top 5 reviews of Sake No Hana
First, the bad reviews for this are a mystery to me. The food, the service, the atmosphere, and the creative menu were all amazing. Me, my wife, and my two teenage daughters are all sushi fans. We go regularly in NYC, when we've traveled, and at home. We went here for a late dinner (2130) the night before our flight back home as we tried to stay up late. We ordered several rounds of starters,... more
Service is beyond terrible.
You'd get better service at a MacDonald's.
Went with three colleagues for a work dinner. Waiting 15 min for someone to ask us if we'd like a drink. A full 30 min for the cocktails to arrive. No one bothered to refill wine glasses until I literally stood up and tapped the waitress on the shoulder and asked her to do so. Same for taking our food order -... more
So my mom was in town and we wanted to do something special. I had heard about the seven course tasting menu here, and have wanted to try it for a while, so off we went.
First off, let me point this out. I booked us in at 1pm. We had to leave at 3pm. This was NOT enough time. We easily needed three hours to do this meal correctly. Plan correctly!
We were sat in a beautiful well lit... more
Great service, we tried tasting menu and it worked out great, with a bottle of wine. Miso soup not like other places not too salty, three different sushi aren't too much but filling. I had miso chicken as main, chicken was juicy not dry. more
London Restaurant Month has come back around again so myself and some friends decided to take advantage. This years venue for us would be Sake No Hana, the little sister of Michelin starred Chinese restaurant, Hakasan. Sake No Hana is modern Japanese cuisine done very, very well.
I'd had plenty of "Japanese" food in my life; sushi, chicken Katsu etc. I had never been to a proper Japanese... more