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Sake No Hana

23 St. James Street, London, SW1A 1HA +44 2036417699

((((* Japanese
Average
Main course: £18
Food spend: £60
Opening hours
Monday to Thursday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 23:00
Friday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 23:30
Saturday: 12:00 - 16:00 & 18:00 - 23:30

Really nice restaurant with nice decor and service. Bookatable deal is good value for money in an otherwise quite expensive place.

Emma 02 March 2015
from Oxford

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Read the latest blog post on Sake No Hana From the team behind celebrated Hakkasan, Sake No Hana offers high-end Japanese cuisine with a fashionable edge. An earthy yet edgy interior features design from Kengo Kuma, whilst the sleek sushi bar offers a freshly-crafted selection.

Made using the finest ingredients, the Sake No Hana menu offers a signature sushi range, with creations including hand-rolled salmon avocado maki, or delicate mango and softshell crab. Bringing expertly-crafted Japanese cuisine to London, sumptuous Sake No Hana main courses are served in rustic iron pots, with offerings like Chilean sea bass with miso, or seared scallops with white asparagus.

An accomplished drinks list at Sake No Hana in Westminster showcases Japanese whiskeys and wines, while classic cocktails are given a Sake No Hana twist. Cool and cleansing mixes include a cucumber and ginger spritzer, or a sake-based ‘smoky plum’ concoction.

A legendary Japanese restaurant in London, Sake No Hana is a 5-minute walk from Green Park Tube Station.

Sake No Hana

23 St. James Street, London, SW1A 1HA

Contact +44 2079258988
Reservations +44 2036417699

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Customer reviews for Sake No Hana

4 ((((* (based on 165 reviews)
86% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (116)
  • trendy (73)
  • romantic (59)
  • luxury (58)
  • business (52)
  • lunch (49)
  • private dining (29)
  • large parties (26)
  • value (22)
  • entertainment (17)
  • child friendly (8)
  • afternoon tea (7)
  • al fresco (7)
  • views (7)
  • breakfast (6)
  • ((((( by from Oxford

    Really nice restaurant with nice decor and service. Bookatable deal is good value for money in an otherwise quite expensive place.

  • ((((* by from London

    Always a great experience eating here, the £29 Taste menu is exceptional value and is delicious. Service is spot on too, the staff are really attentive and friendly.

  • ((((( by from London

    Very good overall

  • ((((* by from London

    Fantastic!

  • ((((( by from London

    Delicious food, impeccable attention to detail and highly attentive staff.
    Sensational.

  • (((** by from London

    We went for the offer of 29 pound and could tell straight away that we were second in front of the of the guest who were spending the money at full price. Otherwise food was good and service was average.

  • ((((( by from London

    The authentic Japanese food was amazing. Our first experience, tasting the 4 course menu with prosecco drunk. RedMiso soup to start was stunning and the sushi and tempura was lovely. Tom Kwon manager of the restaurant took the time to explain the japenese culture and menu. Appreciated his recommendations. Tried sake and this was nicer than anticipated. Service was exceptional. Will be going back next time in London soon. Thank you to the staff made oyr night special.

  • ((((( by from London

    Fantastic food and great service in a stunning venue. We really enjoyed it and will definitely go back to sample more of the gorgeous menu.

  • ((((( by from London

    Excellent place, food is amazing, almost as good as in Japan. Sushi chefs are very skilled and courteous, fantastic experience to see them at work. Great attention to detail and customer care.
    Definitely come back and recommend to friends and business associates.

  • (((** by from London

    A nice looking place. The first of the Hakkasan chain with day light. We had booked for the special lunch deal of 4 courses with proseco for £29. The food was average. Miso soup (unexceptional) to start, followed by a main course (we had salmon that was good and chicken that was rather dull), sushi (rice rolls very fresh and good, but again not the height of originality) and desert (panacotta with blackberries and a delicious sorbet). At that price the meal was reasonable value, but I would not have paid the much higher standard prices for that. The service was good.
    The restaurant is on the first floor and an internal lift takes you to the toilet in the basement. When we visited the emergency door was closed and had a lock with a number combination to unlock it. In case of fire this arrangement may not be safe, as the only exit appeared to be via the lift. Worth checking whether my observation is correct, but I certainly did not see any other exit.

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