As the mercury rises, the spring weekends have become a sunny welcome to leave the dark alcoves of the house – favourable in winter – for the outdoors. Celebrating the new season, award-winning Japanese eatery Saké Restaurant & Bar have opened it doors for a series of afternoons, made for delectable dishes and flowing champagne.
Bringing an added sense of opulence to the contemporary take on Japan’s famous food culture, Sydney locations, The Rocks and Double Bay as well as Eagle Street Pier in Brisbane and Hamer Hall in Melbourne are offering a decadent lunch every Saturday and Sunday. From 12pm each weekend, guests will enjoy a selection of Saké dishes and two-hours of champagne. Hero dishes from the kitchen will include the likes of the chef’s selection of delicate nigiri, sweet vegetable maki and rich desserts all accompanied by either Veuve Clicquot, Moet Champagne or even more luxurious, Ruinart Champagne.
Scroll below to peruse the menu before making a booking at your nearest location.
Guests will enjoy a set menu with two hours of Veuve Clicquot Champagne for $165pp
Sydney rock oysters
Zabuton wagyu skewers with okra
Panko crumbed ‘glacier 51’ toothfish tempura
Spanner crab lettuce cups
Chef’s selection nigiri
Goma – chocolate mousse, raspberry jelly
Guests will enjoy their choice of three courses with two hours of Ruinart Champagne for $159pp
Course 1: Oysters, Hiramasa kingfish, Beef tataki, Vegetable maki
Course 2: Gyoza, Scallops, Shumai, Agedashi tofu
Course 3: Barramundi shio yaki, Teriyaki chicken, Ranger valley black angus striploin, vegetable tempura
eagle Street Pier, Brisbane
Guests will enjoy a set menu with two hours of Veuve Cliquot $175pp
Duo of oysters
Steamed prawn dumpling
Bug tail tempura
Hamer hall, melbourne
Guests will enjoy a seven course menu wth two hours of Moet Champagne for $120pp.
White soy snapper
Steamed prawn shumai dumplings
Seasonal white fish tempura
Spicy tuna rolls & miso soup.
To make a booking and for more information, visit Saké Restaurant & Bar here.