Sage’s contemporary setting exudes an elegance that befits the enticing menu offered. An open kitchen with sit-up dining ensures that those who dine alone do not look out of place.
Chef Daniel prepares some very tantalising treats and there should be few complaints from those who enjoy creative contemporary cuisine featuring premium produce.
• For a fresh lively starter, go for the smoked Norwegian salmon with cauliflower purée and wasabi.
• While the wasabi crust looks like it may overpower the rich flavour of the Wagyu beef cheek, it actually provides just the right spice to complement the tender and succulent beef. The Black Angus beef is another excellently prepared dish but the citrus-based ponzu sauce is a match that may not be to everyone’s taste.