Tempting Tuesday: Warming up with hot scene (and cool prices) at Sake no hana

February 15, 2011

Photo courtesy of TopTable

LONDON, UK – Dirty snow, the end of the (American) football season, a disappointing Valentine’s Day…there are a lot of reasons to slide into a slump at this time of year. Some lucky gals get away from it all with tropical vacations, but if fleeing the northern hemisphere is not in the cards for you, never fear! London hotspot Sake no hana is ready to help you shake off the wintertime blues with heated sake, steamy scene, and smoking deals. From now until March 7, 2011, dining website Toptable ( is offering sizzling discounts of 25%-50% off lunch and dinner orders from Sake no hana’s à la carte menu. Translation: you’ll be all warmed up before you can say “sayonara doldrums,” but your wallet will be playing it cool.

Here’s what we dished about Sake no hana in our London guide:

The scene at this discreet, upscale Japanese spot is as hot as they come, and the eats are fab too…Renovations were completed in April 2010, with a new Daisuke Hayashi-designed menu and a sleek GBRH-designed ground floor… (Read more)

Offer excludes sushi and sashimi. Prices include VAT, but exclude service. Maximum six people per booking.

Click here to book this deal at TopTable.

23 St James St.
London, UK
(44) 020-7925-8988

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  1. Party Bus DC says:

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    Sake No Hana restaurant in London’s supersmart St. James’s has an unbeatable pedigree. After the huge success of Hakkasan and Yauatcha, restaurateur Alan Yau was inspired to open a fine dining Japanese restaurant in perennially stylish St James’s and Sake No Hana was born. Inspired by Japanese izakaya sake bars with their traditional low seating, the interior is modern and minimalist, with sleek wooden tables, glossy black surfaces and bamboo-effect walls. The menu is divided in the Japanese way, by methods of cooking rather than by course – ideal for those who like to graze and share. Popular dishes include miso Chilean sea bass and wagyu beef steak with wild mushrooms, wasabi and mirin sake sauce. The sommelier with guide you through the mainly French wine list and the exquisite sakes and shochus.

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