Amazing food and service
We dined on an early weeknight, half of the tables were occupied. We ordered the nigiri, eggplant, barramundi and chocolate caramel miso fondant, all dishes were tasty. On the pricey side though. Restaurant located in the Intercontinental Hotel. Waitstaff were friendly and non pretentious. Thanks for a nice evening!
Wait staff did not fill up our glasses, so we left hand a bottle of wine. Disappointing as this shouldn’t happen in this restaurant. Food was great.
The most beautiful food, lovely atmosphere, will go back again, and highly recommend. My favourite is the eggplant with the miso, the sashimi wow
Always great food n atmosphere dessert was fantastic and the Brussel sprouts ahhh to die for
Great food and atmosphere but service was a bit lacking. No one was at the door to take us to our reservation, ordering food was slow and unable to find staff to pay for the bill.
Service of pre dinner drinks and then wine with the meal was very slow and not consistent with our prior experiences. A big table might have been the cause, but that is the restaurant’s problem, not mine.
Food is divine. Will return.
Fabulous food and service. Couldn’t fault it!
We usually go to Saké the rocks but we decided to try the double bay one since they had the fork 30% and I gotta say there’s a huge difference!! We honestly didn’t enjoy the food at all which seemed very average compared to what we usually get at the rocks it just didn’t taste the same at all! The sushi rolls weren’t the same! the presentation of the food was bad and the service wasn’t the best! Maybe it’s because of the 30% discount I dunno but something was off and also The dragon egg wasn’t nice too didn’t melt properly was very hard at the bottom and was different in taste as well than the rocks one To say the least we won’t be going back to double bay we will be more than happy to stick to Saké the rocks and pay full price
Very good service
Nice food and wine.
The food is fine, but the service is pretty average. You need to ask the waiter for everything, service is not attentive and given this is in a hotel, you expect better. And it was quiet.
Drink service was incredibly slow. We had an early booking so restaurant was empty and still took 20 minutes to get a drink. Food is always awesome so will continue to go back.
Food was good One main came out late but it was really good anyway
Food was average but the service was really good! I could be wrong but The Rocks Sake seems to have better food.
Excellent service and great food
33 Cross Street, 2028, Double Bay, Australia
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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