A Multi-Sensory Composition

A Multi-Sensory Composition

Sake no Hana Bali offers so much more than delectable contemporary Japanese cuisine, from its stunning venue to the hottest beats on the planet.

Situated in Uluwatu, the home of incredible sunsets, jaw-dropping beaches with pounding waves for surfers of all abilities, the cultural draw of cliff-top Uluwatu temple with its picture-perfect setting, lively monkeys and evening kecak dance, to a multitude of shopping opportunities, Sake no Hana Bali is a culinary beacon.

Perched in a latticework cube with far-reaching views across the Indian Ocean and the rugged coastline of Uluwatu, Sake no Hana has already made a name for itself on the island, especially with devotees of authentic Japanese food. While the flagship is a stylish city restaurant in the heart of Mayfair, London, here in Bali, nature is the inspiration, from the recycled wood of the latticework to the locally sourced ingredients for the chefs and mixologists to make their magic.

Grilled Lobster

At the very heart of Sake no Hana’s cuisine is that ephemeral moment when food is at its seasonal freshest, a fleeting juncture of perfection that keeps drawing discerning diners back to pamper their taste buds with dishes from sashimi to charcoal grill, toban and kamameshi dishes. Meticulous sourcing of prime local produce and seafood directly from the fishermen, along with a high degree of skill and experience, helps ensure the culinary and cocktail offerings continue to exceed expectations.

The excellence of the food aside for a moment, a visit to Sake no Hana Bali goes far beyond culinary masterpieces. Sharing a venue with the dynamic Omnia Day Club, from its elevated position, diners have views across the shimmering pools to the famed Cube and the dancefloor. For the musically minded, even better is the vibrant summer soundtrack, pulsing beats from the hottest DJs and the delirious joy of great music in a gorgeous location.

Seamlessly merging the buzz of the restaurant and the day club and blending the dining and musical experience, guests can head to the Grand Staircase for a more relaxed environment that is closer to the Omnia action. This is an ideal spot for parties large and small to relax, dine and indulge in creative cocktails that combine Japanese and Balinese flavours, ranging from smoky, dramatic and bursting with flavour to delicate, elegant concoctions that tease the palate.

Diners at Sake no Hana can also head over the walkway to the venue’s iconic Cube to end their meal with drinks suspended high over the Indian Ocean, serenaded by the sound of crashing waves. Ultimately, Sake no Hana Bali is a playground that allows guests to create their own experience, marrying culinary and musical elements in a perfect symphony of lasting memories, conducted under the skilled hands of the chefs, mixologists and servers.

Sake no Hana Bali

Jalan Belimbing Sari, Pecatu, Uluwatu

Bali 80364, Indonesia

T: (+62) 3618482150

E: reservationsbali@sakenohana.com


Exquisite Taste September – November 2019

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