Sake Restaurant & Bar

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Sake Restaurant

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Japanese cuisine is up there in our list of all time favourites.  We love the visually stunning presentation, the technique and precision involved and the light and fresh flavours.

So, in saying that.  If we told you about one of our favourite Japanese restaurants in Sydney, you’d want to take note, right?  Well, if, like us, you appreciate Japanese cuisine, we hope your answer is yes.

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Sake Restaurant & Bar, located in the Rocks and now also in Double Bay, has been a firm favourite of ours for years.

Firstly, you’re going to find a gorgeous fit out.  Though it’s fair to say Sake’s interior is more on the trendy side, than the authentic side, don’t be fooled.  They are serving up some of the best Japanese cuisine in this establishment, luxe fit-out aside.  The food speaks for itself.

Sake Restaurant

In our eyes, a seat at the bar is the best seat in the house, boasting an unobstructed view of the open kitchen where you can witness the painstaking craftsmanship for yourself.

Sure, Sake may have all the bells and whistles and may not be the cheapest Japanese you’ve ever had, but the bottom line is, Sake Restaurant & Bar serves up exceptional Japanese cuisine.  And, who doesn’t like a little bit of glam to go with that?

Kanpai!

Address:  12 Argyle Street, The Rocks
Phone:  +61 2 9259 5656
Hours:  Mon – Sun – Lunch – 12pm – 3pm; Mon – Wed – Dinner – 6pm – 10.30pm; Thurs – Dinner – 5.30pm – 10.30pm
Fri – Sat – Dinner – 5.30pm – 11.30pm; Sun – Dinner – 5pm – 10pm

Address:  The Intercontinental Hotel, 33 Cross Street, Double Bay
Phone:  +61 2 9259 5656
Hours:  7 days, 11am – late

Website:  Sake Restaurant & Bar

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