SAKE BAR
Perth, Western Australia

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Sake Bar in Perth's Northbridge is the latest watering hole for cleverly crafted drinks and bite-sized culinary delights. The small share dishes including gyoza, edamame and kingfish carpaccio, are the perfect accompaniment to a hot or cold sake or a sake-infused cocktail. The long dining room features private booths and intimate rooms for social gatherings of 6-10 people, all partitioned by bamboo or shoji sliding doors.
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General info

Address:

71 Francis Street
Northbridge WA 6000

Suburb:

Northbridge

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Cuisine:

Asian, Japanese

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Unlicensed

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Specials & Events

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Functions

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MAX SEATING
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Features

Cheap & Cheerful
Outdoor Dining
Suitable for Groups of 10
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Jason - 30/07/2012
I had a birthday party at Sake Bar last night and will never ever go there again. The service was absolutely appalling, we were in the VIP section and they were really rude, constantly hounding us to order more as if there are sales targets for the area. They put together these party platters which ended up costing $175 each and we ordered 2 after a long argument on their side about how we need to order 3 for 3 tables. What I found really disappointing about the way they put together these platters, was how you could really tell they were selecting the most expensive menu items. They kept trying to push us into ordering the Large Sushi bridge as part of each platter to try and capitalise an extra I think $80. Drinks service was also really slow. By the end of the night my bill was $711.60,