Drink & Buy Sake
You can enjoy our sake in the following restaurants or purchase a bottle in the following shops. Please note that prices vary depending upon the stockist. Trade prices are also available upon request.
= sake available for consumption on site = sake available for take-away
160 Old Brompton Road,
South Kensington, London, SW5 0BA
Tel: 020 7373 0313.
Nearest Tube: Gloucester Road
Sake on offer:wide range
The world “Gaon” derives from the Korean word “Ga- On -Dae”, which translates into “center, honest, fair”. This trully charming new restaurant is offering a wide selection of Akita’s sake to compliment a uniqie flavours of Gaon’s dishes. Ambience and attentive service makes this restaurant a perfect place for a relaxing and enjoyable evening.
14 – 16 Regent St., London, SW1Y 4PH
Tel: 020 3405 1246
Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus
Sake on offer: Lady Chic, Namacho, Amakarapin, Harukasumi Junmai, Aki no Ta, Manabito Kimoto- kimoto
The Japan Centre is the best known shop for purchasing Japanese groceries in London, as well as books, magazines and crockery and has the widest range of sake on sale in the UK.
18b High Road, Willesden Green,
London, NW10 2QD
Tel: 020 8451 0084
Nearest Tube: Willesden Green
Sake on offer: Our entire range of sake
Red Pig is a continental delicatessen specialising in Polish food which stocks the whole range of our sake and is our recommended supplier. They also have a good selection of Polish and Russian spirits, beer and wine from Burgundy.
Roka Canary Wharf serves contemporary Japanese robatayaki cuisine in relaxed and elegant surroundings overlooking Canada Square, with the backdrop of Canary Wharf’s dramatic city skyline.
Roka is an award winning restaurant which serves contemporary Japanese robatayaki cuisine. You can watch your food being prepared at the robata grill which is located in the centre of the restaurant.
Sat Bains is the only restaurant in Nottingham with a Michelin star and is now the proud owner of two Michelin stars. With a focus on quality and traceability of produce, they offer tasting menus to provide you with a journey of taste, texture and differing temperatures.
This sophisticated, fine dining restaurant is within easy walking distance of Covent Garden and Soho. Fashionable, yet discreet, Shanghai Blues makes an ideal venue for an important lunch meeting, tranquil afternoon tea or fun-filled dinner party.
A very popular, small family-run restaurant specialising in sushi. The decor is reminiscent of a Japanese izakaya and there is even a private tatami room. Service is efficient and the staff are keen to teach their customers all about the dishes and sake on offer.
312-314 Kings Road, London SW3 5UH
Tel: 020 7349 7496
Nearest Tube: South Kensington, Sloane Square
Sake on offer: Lady Chic, Harukasumi Blue Label Namacho, Mansaku no hana Daiginjo,
Sushinho is a restaurant and cocktail bar that takes its cue from the Japanese Brazilian culture thriving in Brazil today. They aim to offer respite from the outside world by providing you with a warm welcome, great food, fabulous cocktails and friendly service on every visit.
Modern Australian cuisine combines Pacific Rim flavours, underpinned by European cooking tradition. A blend of Indonesian, South East Asian influences and Australia’s strong ties with Japan also help determine the taste and style.*18 BUTCHER ROW,
YO! Sushi’s cutting-edge new London restaurant, Market Place, has hit Noho with a high-energy look, a unique restaurant menu and a contemporary cocktail bar. Tuck into over 30 exclusive dishes covering hot food and sushi, try out traditional Japanese sunken seating and say ‘wow’ at the high tech toilets – pop in to enjoy a slice of TokYO!
The most exciting & newest addition to Brighton’s dining scene is Yum Yum Ninja. Located in the heart of the old lanes, the restaurant & bar offers a relaxed informal style of dining & drinking in a fun, stylish & entertaining environment.