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First published: March 12, 2018



A number of Sake varieties, ranging from Honjozo to Ginjo and Daiginjo,
go well with creamy, sweet oysters.
In particular, the ideal accompaniment is a crisp, refreshing Sake,
as its dryness fully draws out the umami and mineral flavour of the oysters.
Sushi employs a variety of fish, covering everything from the light to the richly flavoured,
so suits pairing with a richly fragrant Sake of just the right level of sweetness.
It also harmonises with the vinegar-flavoured umami of the sushi rice
to create flavours that complement and overlap in a deeply satisfying way.
A light type of sparkling Sake with soft bubbles that lightens
the oil in the fish and chips while blending with the mineral umami of the fish.
Add extra depth to the flavours with some tartar sauce.
Enjoy a harmony of umami, sweetness and salt!
A great pairing that contrasts the strong saltiness of the ham with a rich, sweet Sake.
Combined with the clean aftertaste of a mellow Sake,
the fats of the ham melt away with sensuous delight.
The Sake also draws out the salty, umami flavours of the ham.
The umami of Sake rich in amino acid is a stunning match for cheese, another food rich in umami.
Rich cheeses such as mature cheddar, parmesan and blue cheese
should be paired with an aged Sake that offers a full, nutty aroma.
The robust sweetness and lasting reverberations of an aged Sake enhance the umami of the cheese,
which deepens the flavours of both.
Calamari, made from fried squid, can be paired with a daring, sparkling type of Sake.
The light umami of the squid combines with the rich, bubbly Sake to create complex flavours.
Add a squeeze of lemon onto the calamari for even more refreshment!


Sake brands that go well with in London
Sho Chiku Bai Shirakabegura Mio Sparkling Sake
Sho Chiku Bai Shirakabegura Mio Sparkling Sake
Takara Shuzo Co., Ltd.
Shichiken Yamanokasumi
Shichiken Yamanokasumi
Yamanashi Meijo Co.,Ltd.
Ichinokura Suzune Wabi
Ichinokura Suzune Wabi
Tokubetsu Honjozo
Ichinokura Co.,Ltd.


Where you can enjoy and Sake in London
Explained that they have light and refreshing sake, adds a nice taste to their food especially chicken and more intense flavoured dishes. Serves the best of Asian food and likes to incorporate other asian elements with their Malay food to add too experience. Customers frequently order sake and comment on their authentic tasting food and how amazing the restaurant is.
The Pepper Tree
The Pepper Tree
The SAKE Sake Sho Chiku Bai is very popular at their restaurant and goes extremely well warm with their mild dishes and seafood.
Indian and oriental Fusion
Sake goes well with light food, have a unique SAKE Honten ‘Misty Mountain’ Junmai Nigori with a chewy texture and intense flavour with amazing earthy tones. Said they have the best food in London as they are modern, new and fresh and do a creative Asian fusion.
Pan Asian
Our most popular sake is Isake Classic: Developed by the Sake Sommeliers at Isake in tandem with the toji (master sake brewer) at Tatsuuma-Honke Brewery Isake Classic’s modern take on a traditional recipe can be enjoyed cold, hot, or even at room temperature. Mixologists and bartenders have recognized its potential, and it is now being used to create gorgeous cocktails across the world. It is the perfect partner to Japanese cuisine and also finds its place with lighter Mediterranean dishes like salade nicoise as well as Greek and Italian salads. Viscous and soft in its delivery, rounded notes of orchid, vanilla and walnuts greet the palate followed by a honeydew melon finish. This is a greatly versatile sake that can be enjoyed in many ways; when chilled cleaner mineral notes of chalk and spring water are revealed, while heating up will provide a dryer outcome, with lemongrass and spice seeping through, fantastic with food.
"We have a Korean style sushi and the traditional Choya Sake, it is smooth and sweet so does not overwhelm our delicious food. It adds a subtle flavour" He explains it is not ordered a lot at Gogi but there are people who ask for it.
Asian Fusion
Explains that they serve two types of sake Konishi Gold Daiginjo; Delicate fruity fragrance with citrus, cherry & pear, light-bodied, clean, elegant and simple with low acidity and delicate citrus, cucumber & pear flavours. Futsushu;this sake has a smooth and full nose of banana and melon. Once in the mouth the flavours of cereal, rice and caramel are supported by good acidity and body resulting in a rich, smooth and dry pallet. The aftertaste is lingering, dry and morish. The sushi pairs well with the flavours of the light elegant flavours of Daiginjo Sake, Yellowtail Sashimi is delicious with the Sake and comes in a sharing platter due to the popularity. He emphasises that the Miso grilled Black Cod Taco is hugely popular as it is a unique dish and encompasses sushi rice and scorched red chilli and tomato salsa. They also have a Loch Duart Salmon Sashimi Pizza with truffle ponzu, jalapeno and wasabi tobiko.
Chi Noodles and Wine Bar
Chi Noodles and Wine Bar
Asian fusion and street food
They serve Ozeki Sake hot as it is full bodied and rich. Customers enjoy with a large array of dishes, with light dishes such as sushi, sashimi, marinated grilled chicken ramen, crispy noodles, meat dishes and even the Korean dishes such as chicken wings. 'Only Sake we serve but is ordered by regulars mostly'
Sexy Fish
Sexy Fish
Asian Seafood
Holding the second largest Japanese whiskey collection in the world, Sexy Fish also provides a great choice of Sake. Highly ordered Yuzu is deliciously sweet due to the zesty citrus flavours. They also serve different brands of Junmai , Honjozo and Daijingo. Such as, Junmai, Ichishima, Niigata. Tokubetsu Junmai taru, Ichinokura.Honjozo Kinpakushu Fukuju Daiginjo Hishonomai, Dewatsuru and much more. They are extremely popular for their aesthetic interior, Sushi and Asian inspired dishes, offering yellowtail, king crab sashimi and sushi and more. Their Tempura is also very popular.
Feng Shang Princess
Feng Shang Princess
"We use Sawanoturu Sake and serve Calamari, we include two Japanese dishes,Teriyaki Lamb Chop and King Prawn in Yakiniku Sauce. Creamy, sweet, fresh and clean it goes well with the teriyaki and oysters. As it does not overpower the Oysters taste and the taste goes well with the Teriyaki especially, it allows the flavours of dishes come through."
P.F. Chang's Asian table
P.F. Chang's Asian table
Asian Fusion
Restaurant manager explained that they serve a crispy Calamari with chillies and nuoc cham dipping sauce. Also serves a few different types of Sake, sparkling; Atago No Matsu Honjozo Sake, which is floral with an aroma of tropical fruit, goes great with the dessert. Also serves Takazhimzu honjozo and junmai daiginjo which is their still Sake which goes well with the meat dishes. For their sweet sake they provide kishinamien umeshu plum sake and tenzan yuzushu.
Japanese / Korean
Our food tells the story of our Japanese + Korean inspirations and artisan aspirations. Ingredients - foraged or from quality british purveyors - are re-shaped through ferments with our most valued components: time. Prepared for days, wekeks or month, our menus srprise you with beautiful + delicious flavours.
Ikeda restaurant
Ikeda restaurant
Japanese / Sushi
We are a family run Japanese restaurant that has served authentic and traditional Japanese cuisine for 40 years.
Yashin Sushi & Bar
Yashin Sushi & Bar
Yashin Sushi & Bar has a “without soy sauce” concept; each piece of sushi is brushed with the right amount of soy sauce then topped with an accompaniment that enhances the flavour of the fish.
Chino Latino
Chino Latino
Pan Asian with Latin influences
A few people order sake with cheese and calamari, it's an acquired taste but it is mostly popular with westerners. The locals who come to the restaurant enjoy drinking the sake and the restaurants popularity has only grown. More and more people are coming to try their food and regulars who do choose the sake tend to reorder it as it compliments their quirky dishes. The calamari and cheese are delicious and they are often complimented by guest on their vibrant and creative flavours.


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