Sake No Hana has spared no expense in bringing an immersive Japanese dining experience to its guests. The modern restaurant features an interior made from bamboo and cypress wood designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. Food wise you’ll find a range of dishes cooked over a charcoal grill, along with authentic Toban and Kamameshi dishes. Sushi fans won’t be disappointed either, as there’s a dedicated sushi bar that prepares some of London’s freshest sushi and sashimi. Group dining is recommended so bring your friends! Groups can rent the first floor of the restaurant, while there are also signature and tasting menus that are designed for two or more people.
Food sounds delicious?
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It's probably more a go-to place for share a few drinks with friends, if you are looking for a very good sushi meal you might feel a tad disappointed. Food quality is high, but nothing that would make me say "ah that's where I need to go when I want an exceptional sushi experience". Drinks are good: I had AKA Mule and I enjoyed it.
Loved the food. Presentation was great and taste was fantastic
I just absolutely love this restaurant and everything about it from atmosphere, food (especially the food), etc. It's been a favourite since as long as I can remember