Went here to celebrate a friend’s birthday. The restaurant setting is nice. Food size is not big but taste good with really fresh sashimi. You can enjoy a nice walk by the Brisbane River after dinner.
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Recently had the pleasure to dine at Sake in Brisbane with family for my birthday. The atmosphere is really fantastic with a great view over the Brisbane river with glimpses in the background of the story bridge. The first thing that you notice when dining...More
This is an amazing Japanese Resturant right on the water at Eagle street. Super fresh and fun ideas for sashimi....super innovative menu. We had the chefs suggestion plate and it was outstanding - a really diverse and varied menu which made it both fun to...More
Sake is a great lunch venue if you want a fast bite or a long afternoon. Moving from the traditional Japanese menu into more fusion dishes provides many options. The sashimi is fresh and the torched rolls are exquisite. Not a cheap eats venue and...More
We couldn't fault this place. We love Japanese cuisine and dine at various restaurants regularly but this place has taken top of our list. The food was full of flavour and delicious, not to mention beautifully presented. The setting and service were both perfect -...More
Our lunch choice of a mixed platter of sushi/sashimi was exquisite. We sat at the kitchen bar for a nice lunch and were not disappointed. The service is a standout.
We enjoyed one of their private rooms as we were celebrating a birthday. You can request these at the time of booking however they won't guarantee you'll get one. The service was a little 'cool', perhaps not as friendly as my previous visits. With a...More
Four of us ate at Sake on a busy Friday night. No reservations but the hostess gave us a private room if we were OK to pay a 10% surcharge. We ate sashimi platter, gyoza, kingfisher sashimi and drank warm sake. All the food was...More
The food at Sake is very fresh and tasty. Pity each plate didn't have a bit more on it. The atmosphere is really nice but a little dark at the table we were at.