Sake no Hana
Sake No Hana bistro in London's super exclusive St. James's has a hard to beat pedigree. After the substantial success of Hakkasan and Yauatcha, restaurateur Alan Yau was motivated to open a high quality eating Eastern dining establishment in continually trendy St Brian's and Sake No Hana was born. The menu has actually been developed by Chef Daisuke Hayashi (formerly of Tokyo's internationally popular Kikunoi) and is divided in the Japanese way, by techniques of cooking instead of by training - suitable for those who such as to graze and share. The food selection is split into areas-- charcoal grill, soups & tossed salads, kamameshi (iron-pot rice dishes) & so on, plus dazzling sushi, sashimi & an outstanding sakÃ© listing. Amongst the lures available are mango & soft-shell crab maki, robata-grilled Alaskan crab with ponzu butter, roasted duck with on hoba miso leaf with truffle and smoked black cod with springtime red onion and mandarin sauce. For pre or article supper drinks, the cocktails in street-level bar Ni Ju San are a must!
SAKE NO HANA IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE INTRODUCE OF TWO NEW EVENTS AT THE DINING ESTABLISHMENT, AN INTRODUCTION TO SAKE AND SPIRIT AND DRINK MASTERCLASSES.
Sake no Hana supplies contemporary genuine Oriental eating in the heart of Mayfair. A la carte menus supply a selection of hot and cold appetizers, charcoal grill, Toban and Kamameshi dishes, while sushi and sashimi are prepared to purchase at the sushi bar.
A meticulously selected listing of purposes, Japanese whiskeys and various other wines, spirits and liqueurs complement the meals offered in the restaurant. With interiors designed by prestigious Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the bistro interior is flooded with linear bamboo that flushes each wall; each plant like framework of cypress wood punctuates the room offering a feel of an advanced forest, pseudo-screens ripple the windows giving a soft veil to the background of St. Brian Street.