Sake Flinders Lane, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | In need of modern Japanese food? The newest Sake Bar & Restaurant might just be the place for you. Located just next door to Melbourne’s fabled Chin Chin, Sake is a restaurant and bar for those seeking Japanese food with a contemporary spin. If you’ve been to anything at Hamer Hall, or to several of their locations up north, you might have been served their wares before.

The restaurant itself is narrow and with a modern aesthetic, but it doesn’t feel constricting or overbearing. There’s also a basement bar that, like other places along Flinders Lane boasts a hidden outdoor area. The bar also has a great selection of Sake and some of the more modern Japanese craft beers (and Hitachino Nest in bottles), as well as Asahi for the less adventurous.

But the bigger question: it’s clearly a chain, is it actually be any good? More than anywhere else, this is a question a lot of people have asked us recently. We’ll confess, we don’t know their other restaurants well (we normally eat before going to Hamer Hall) so we can’t accurately compare them with themselves, but we can say that to watch their sushi chef at work is almost the stuff of magic, and the results are equally so.

Sake Flinders Lane

121 Flinders Lane
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: 1300 670 910
E-mail: n/a
Website: http://www.sakerestaurant.com.au/

Open
Sun – Wed: 11:00am to 12:00am
Thu – Sat: 11:00am to 3:00am

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