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dined on Fri, 20 Sep 2019

Really good food but slow to prepare.
Thank you for your feedback regarding your dining experience at Sake Double Bay. As we take the business of hospitality very seriously, we appreciate such constructive feedback so we can continually strive to be the very best in the industry. We're sorry to hear that the food service took longer than expected. Please accept our apologies. We will address the matter and ensure it does not happen again. We hope you choose to dine with us again. Kind regards.
Restaurant Sake Restaurant & Bar Double Bay responded on Wed, 25 Sep 2019

dined on Wed, 18 Sep 2019

Food was good One main came out late but it was really good anyway

dined on Mon, 16 Sep 2019

Food was average but the service was really good! I could be wrong but The Rocks Sake seems to have better food.

dined on Wed, 11 Sep 2019

Great Japanese

dined on Sun, 1 Sep 2019

The Dragon Egg dessert was a wonderful way to finish off a great meal! Thoroughly enjoyed each & every dish.

dined on Sun, 1 Sep 2019

The food was Delicious but super expensive. I enquired over the phone prior to our booking if we could have the Champagne menu for 2 adults and was told that we could decide on the day. However when we arrived I was informed by the Host that the champagne lunch wasn't available and it would be better to order a la carte and a bottle of champagne between the two of us. However we ended up spending $533 for food (4 people) and only 2 glasses of Verve as the beer was complimentary for Father's day! Indeed a very expensive lunch (food only) with only two glasses of beverage! This was a special occasion but I was quite taken aback at the price!

dined on Sat, 31 Aug 2019

Great place to experience high quality food and flavours

dined on Sat, 31 Aug 2019

Very disappointing. Awful service. Booked for Father’s Day for my husband for 4 several days before and specifically requested for private seating. When we turned up we were offered, a shared table right next the door. The staff were quite abrupt when we told them about our special request when booking was made.We refused to take the seating, as we wanted to have the 8 course Omakase menu, which would take nearly 3 hours. Finally, they gave us a seating in one of their private rooms after we decided to walk out. The wine tasting menu with 8 course omakase which costs 190$ pp was another huge disappointment. Definitely not value for money. Wine servings are really small, not definitely worth the extra $70. In comparison, Azumu Japanese which offers a similar experience is amazing and wonderful service. Will never go back here.
Thank you for your feedback regarding your dining experience on Saturday 24th of June at Sake Double Bay, Sydney. We are sincerely sorry to hear that you felt let down by the service and the food. We would very much appreciate the opportunity to discuss your experience further and kindly request that you email us at jcalchera@sakerestaurant.com.au. Many thanks, Johann Calchera, General Manager.
Restaurant Sake Restaurant & Bar Double Bay responded on Thu, 5 Sep 2019

dined on Fri, 30 Aug 2019

I could not recommend this place enough. Food, atmosphere and staf are an absolute 11/10!

dined on Fri, 16 Aug 2019

Good food and service
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About Sake Restaurant & Bar Double Bay

Award-winning contemporary Japanese Nestled within the InterContinental Double Bay lies Sake, a contemporary Japanese fine dining experience. Choose from the main dining room, or for group events, one of three private dining rooms of varying capacity, as well as a selection of semi-private spaces. The flexible menu features a selection of tried and tested Japanese flavours with modern presentation, such as nigiri, sashimi, sushi rolls, and robata, with modifications available for vegetarian, gluten free and ‘no raw’ dining requests. A selection of set menus is on offer, including a lunchtime bento special, as well as a comprehensive a la carte menu. Signature dishes include miso-glazed ‘Glacier 51’ toothfish and popcorn shrimp with chilli mayonnaise. Their drinks menu features a comprehensive selection of premium Japanese sake and shochu, innovative cocktails based on house-made syrups, wine and boutique beer. Best dish: Hirasama kingfish with coriander infused sweet ponzo dressing with lime and jalapeno kosho

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