DATE FOR 2 : Sake no Hana

In my opinion, Japanese is the perfect cuisine to share with your significant other. But if you want to truly impress, Omnia’s Sake no Hana restaurant goes above and beyond in setting, service and most importantly, amazing food.

We were seated at the ocean side edge of the restaurant, overlooking the glamorous dayclub and panoramic views to the horizon. Our first course, the Hamachi Namawasabi (295k) and Australian Wagyu Tataki (270k) were a strong indication of things to come, both melting-in-your-mouth, flavour bomb dishes that left us excited for the next course. The sushi platter was a custom-built tray of some of their finest maki rolls, all of which were totally orgasmic.


We could have been happy with just that but it was time for the main event. I won’t go into too much detail but WOW! The Chilean Sea Bass (490k) was incredible, served in Champagne Yuzu Miso marinade, one bite of this dish and my perception on what fish can taste like totally changed. Not to mention the Australian Wagyu Sumiyaki Marble 7 (750k) that came after it. A mouth-watering, mind bending array of food to say the least. Dessert was as impeccable as its predecessors, we managed to fit in the Toro Matcha (120k) and the Chocolate Peanut Crunch (120k).
It’s safe to say, if you bring your date for a meal at Sake no Hana, you’ll be experiencing fireworks in both your tummy and love life!
Sake no Hana
Jl. Belimbing Sari, Uluwatu, Bali

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