There's no mistaking what your drink of choice will be here, the wall of sake behind the bar should be a big enough clue.
This is one place that takes its sake seriously, and with offerings that include the Dassai 50, we think most discerning sake drinkers would agree. With the measures served in 110ml pours, it’s deceptively easy to drink way more than you bargained for, result.
There's the obligatory page of wine offerings but with sake this good, why would you drink anything else? Save perhaps the excellent selection of Japanese craft beer they also offer, all of which complements the amazing food that is made for sharing, but you'd be forgiven for wanting to hog it all to yourself (the Kenji fried chicken in particular). This dark and moody space ain't big and they don't take bookings on weekends; get here early for fingerlicious yumminess and a whole lotta lovin', sake style.