Sake no Hana Bali

Exquisite Taste - - Best Japanese Restaurant : Bali - (sakeno­

Sake no Hana Bali only opened its doors on the Is­land of the Gods in Fe­bru­ary this year but has rapidly won recog­ni­tion for its out­stand­ing fare. Perched on the cliffs of Uluwatu, over­look­ing the sparkling sight of not only the In­dian Ocean but also OMNIA Day­club Bali, Sake no Hana of­fers a mod­ern in­ter­pre­ta­tion of clas­sic Ja­panese cui­sine while up­hold­ing its very ex­act­ing phi­los­o­phy.

The Ja­panese rev­er­ence for pu­rity, per­fec­tion and sim­plic­ity are beau­ti­fully en­cap­su­lated in the dishes lov­ingly pre­pared in the kitchens un­der the over­sight of Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Hideki Hi­watashi from the Lon­don restau­rant and hands-on guid­ance of Bali's Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Hendry.

Din­ers can pam­per their palates with melt-in-the-mouth choices from small bites to bento boxes, sig­na­ture menus to sushi and sashimi and a range of sub­lime main cour­ses. Es­pe­cially pop­u­lar are the pre­mium mod­ern sushi that have been lightly fried or grilled for a new ex­pe­ri­ence, as well as the suc­cu­lent char­coal grilled Uluwatu Bam­boo Lob­ster with chili shiso ponzu but­ter. An­other must-try is the hugely pop­u­lar ha­machi with truf­fle pep­per ponzu sauce. Desserts here are in­dul­gent with white choco­late, fullflavoured cherry and yuzu all fea­tur­ing for a richly sat­is­fy­ing end to your meal. The food is not the only high­light at Sake no Hana; the cock­tails are in­no­va­tive and ex­cel­lent, mak­ing full use of Ja­panese and In­done­sian flavours for cre­ative li­ba­tions that are sure to add an­other rea­son to come back to this ex­quis­ite din­ing venue.


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