The Eastern suburbs outpost of the casually chic Saké fleet dials up the style in spades. Dramatic viola calacatta marble is a dramatic feature, including a central, 24-seat communal table and a splendid wall that runs from open kitchen to sushi bar to cocktail bar, which are both made of this extravagant material. Subtle Japanese influences and signature Saké features include light timbers and slatted features.
Three private dining rooms with timber-slat doors offer intimate dining options, but it’s the sushi counter and promise of catching Japanese maestros at work that steals the show.
Delivery services and a convenient Saké @ Home pick-up menu allows guests to enjoy their Saké fix at home.
sake Double Bay
Intercontinental Hotel, 33 Cross Street, Double Bay
Monday – Thursday – 6pm-9pm
Friday & Saturday – 12pm-3pm, 5:30pm-10pm
Sunday – 12pm-3pm, 5pm-9pm
Premium produce and precise Japanese craftmanship underscore menus that are designed to be shared and impossible not to enjoy. Super-fresh, sustainable seafood, including MSC-certified whole Bluefin tuna, Hiramasa kingfish and Glacier 51 Toothfish, is sliced and diced by meticulous sushi masters into made-to-order delicate sushi and sashimi, intricate starters and main courses, and exquisite desserts. Centuries-old, Japanese robata grilling is another central element of each menu, delivering sensational, charcoal-smoky flavours to everything from responsibly sourced meats and seafood, to the humble, locally sourced vegetable.
Menu options include à la carte and banquet menus, as well as the revered style of Omakase dining, where guests leave themselves entirely in the expert hands of the Chef.view menus