Each dish at Saké is sculpted into a tiny work of art – intricately perfect in its display and taste. Serving up contemporary Japanese fare and liquid offerings of sake, shochu and umeshu, Saké transports diners straight to Nippon. Warmth and hospitality exudes from within, with a chorus of ‘irashaimase’ welcoming visitors upon entry. An open dining room, sushi bar, private dining rooms and sunken tables are surrounded by sleek, raw wooden panelling and bright sake barrels, lending a touch of traditional Japanese decor. The restaurant radiates from an open kitchen of bandana-clad chefs replete with flashing blue flames, permeating anticipation. Try the sashimi mini taco shells filled with chopped tuna and salmon, smeared with chilled tomato salsa and a crunchy cucumber and onion salad, best paired with sake crusted in salt.

Miso Hungry, Miso Thirsty and Rosé Weekends at Saké
Clocking off early? Friday after work drinks just got a whole lot better, with Miso Hungry, Miso Thirsty at Saké Restaurant & Bar. Quench your thirst for a tipple every Friday from 4:00–6:00pm and enjoy a selected beverage with a paired bar snack for only $15. If you want to extend the TGIF feels all the way through the weekend, visit on Saturday and Sunday for Rosé Weekends at Saké. Enjoy a lunch full of Saké’s signature dishes with two-hours of rosé, Japanese rosé cocktails, Aperol spritz, selected cocktails and seasonal G&T bowls for only $99 per person. To book a table visit Saké Restaurant & Bar’s website.




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