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      Sake - Sublime Japanese Experience

      Sake offers flexibility and a range of dining options including banquet style, a la carte and bar menu options. For us it had to be the bar menu as were had time constraints of needing to catch a show in 20 minutes time...

      The fit out at Sake is modern with great use of colour, timbers and textures, drawing you in to a world of chic ambience.

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      The menu is set to please a wide range of tastes (I've seen families with children at Sake).

       

      The panko rice balls were crispy and delicate - panko-fried rice balls with soy bean, bamboo & shiitake mushroom balls served with wasabi mayonnaise. We declared them to be a winner.

       

      Next we enjoyed steamed prawn dumplings - 6 pieces of Chinese-inspired shumai with spicy ponzu served in a bamboo pot. Sake prepares sublime dumplings and these were an unusual texture and not without some kick with the spicy sauce. 

       

      Sake also delivers when it comes to karagge. I eat this stuff all over Melbourne and love it. Sake serves up crispy chicken karaage fried chicken pieces served with salsas & sauces. Delectable.

      We both ate our meal with a choice cider and it was perfect for pre-show. I'm hoping to come back soon for a banquet to try some of the signature dishes such as popcorn shrimp, wagyu teriyaki and the kingfish.