Sake No Hana

23 St James's Street, Mayfair, London, SW1A 1HA - View on a map
Telephone: 020 7925 8988

Sake No Hana Restaurant In London
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Overall 0.5
Food 1.0
Service 0.0
Atmosphere 1.0
Value 0.0
Based on 1 reviews

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Telegraph

Zoe Williams - 6/10

Monday, December 20, 2010 - I carried on with the iron-pot black cod rice, and everything about this was great. The rice was sticky with gorgeous burnt bits at the bottom, and the egg, cod and spring onion all chimed in with different intensity and texture. C's sukiyaki rib of beef was unexceptional...The devil's in the ordering, basically. I would vouch with my whole heart for the sushi and sashimi. The charcoal-grill dishes looked and smelt wonderful from afar. The black pots are a little bit unpredictable.

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City AM

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 - We moved on to a plate of rich, squelchy sesame aubergine that was delicious - if you don't mind that uniquely pulpy texture of skinless grilled eggplant. Our plate of sushi was a solid, pleasurable mixture of melting sashimi and action-packed rolls. It was good but not a standout, so we hurried back to the rest of the menu, and got serious with great pink claws of Alaskan crab with ponzu butter (brilliant) and a whole sea bream cooked in magnolia leaf - huge, meaty, aromatic and, despite costing just shy of 40 quid, good value since you could easily share it.

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Appalling place: booked a table for 8.30pm at 9.20pm it was still not ready. The hostess was rude and not remotely apologetic - never again.
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Overall rating 1 stars
Food 1 | Service 0 | Atmosphere 1 | Value for money 0
Saturday, October 19, 2013

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