BALI’S JA­PANESE SEN­SA­TION

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In the few short months since it opened at the new Om­nia Day­club in Bali, Sake no Hana has is­land, and for good rea­son. The menu is crafted by chef Hideki Hi­watashi of the orig­i­nal Sake no Hana out­let in Lon­don, whose in­spired ap­proach sen­si­bil­i­ties with a com­pletely fresh, in­for­mal spin that uses the best of the ar­chi­pel­ago’s Ha­machi Na­mawasabi—sliv­ers of yel­low­tail bass, which is mar­i­nated in saikyo miso for three restau­rant comes into its own, wagyu beef is a ma­jor drawcard—it comes in the form of lightly tataki that melts like but­ter in your mouth, or char­grilled sumiyaki with a For more in­for­ma­tion, call 62-361/848-2150 or visit om­ni­a­clubs.com/bali

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