Suggerimento dello chef - Sakeya, Milan
Entrata - Sakeya, Milan
Vista sala - Sakeya, Milan
Vista sala - Sakeya, Milan
Vista sala - Sakeya, Milan
Vista sala - Sakeya, Milan
Vista sala - Sakeya, Milan
Vista sala - Sakeya, Milan
Suggerimento dello chef - Sakeya, Milan
Suggerimento dello chef - Sakeya, Milan
Suggerimento dello chef - Sakeya, Milan
Entrata - Sakeya, Milan
Japanese

Sakeya

9.4/10
Average price €60
593 reviews

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È un ristorante-bistrò di cucina giapponese, ma con qualcosa in più. Qui siamo in una vera e propria casa del Sake, il vino di riso che arriva dal Sol Levante dalle tantissime sfumature di gusto. Da Sakeya sono ben 150 le etichette da 47 regioni giapponesi, che hanno patrocinato la nascita del locale - ideato da Lorenzo Ferraboschi e Maiko Takashima - allo scopo far conoscere le eccellenze dei rispettivi territori. Nel panorama milanese mancava un locale di questo tipo. L’ambiente è accogliente, la mise en place è minimal e di stile orientale e la sala è dominata da una parete, dove sono le bottiglie di Sake esposte a fare da elemento di arredo. Birre e distillati giapponesi completano l’offerta beverage; se preferite il vino, nella lista troverete pure quello, sia pure con una scelta limitata. E se pensate di farvi o fare un regalo, nel corner dedicato allo shop trovate il Sake e molti oggetti dal Giappone.

La cucina dello chef Masaki Inoguchi, studiata per valorizzare l’abbinamento fra le ricette giapponesi e il Sake: specialità alla brace (Sumibi Kushiyaki) dallo spiedino del pregiato manzo wagyu alle ali di pollo laccate al sesamo, al Gindara (filetto di merluzzo Black Cod cotto sui carboni), oppure all’Unagi To Nasubi (tortino di melanzana e anguilla in tempura). Oriente e occidente si incontrano in piatti come l’Amaebi, dove il crudo di gambero rosso di Mazara del Vallo affumicato è servito con burrata moromi, orzo fermentato e zenzero o nell’Asari (vongolata al vapore sfumata al Sake). E poi sushi, tataki, Iaki Tako (polpo in tre cotture). Tante specialità ben spiegate in carta e pure dai solleciti addetti di sala. Prontissimi a consigliarvi per gli immancabili assaggi di Sake.

Insider tip
Qui siamo in una vera e propria casa del Sake, il vino di riso che arriva dal Sol Levante dalle tantissime sfumature di gusto.

Restaurant menu

Chef’s recommendations Masaki Inoguchi

Average price €60 Special request
See à la carte and set menus

Scores & Reviews

9.4/10
Excellent
based on 593 reviews
  1. Alberto R.
    • one review
    4/10

    Value for money di gran lunga sotto le aspettative.

  2. Brittany G.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    Best Japanese food we have had since visiting Japan!

  3. Gloria F.
    • one review
    10/10

    Fantastico

  4. Leigha B.
    • one review
    10/10

    We had an incredible meal at Sakeya. All of the waitstaff was incredibly knowledgable. The Sake sommelier assisted with sake pairings for each of our plates. We couldn't have been happier with both the meal and the overall experience. Highly recommend!

  5. Fernanda B.
    • one review
    10/10

    It was a perfect experience! The waitress who received us is really kind and knows about the menu and the sake. all the service in general was awesome and it was a really pleasant time there. i would certainly come back to try new things. Best combo service + food + place in milan! Thank you very much!

  6. Mark D.
    • 2 reviews
    9.5/10

    A unique dining experience - beautifully presented dishes served in a relaxed atmosphere and well appointed restaurant. The menu has wide variety of fish and meat dishes - the Waygu is a must! - and for lovers of Sake, or even those who wish to try, the list is extensive and the sommelier skilfully guides guests through the complexities to recommend some superb examples.

  7. Kobail U.
    • one review
    10/10

    Super attentive service combined with great food and Sake! An authentic Japanese restaurant in Milan! Thank you!

  8. Svetlana B.
    • 2 reviews
    8/10

    The cousine is specific, but good. Not many choices in the menu

  9. Simona C.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    Divinoooo

  10. Franco M.
    • 7 reviews
    9.5/10

    Sempre una certezza

  11. Andrea G.
    • 9 reviews
    10/10

    Una scoperta!

  12. Gaetano A.
    • 11 reviews
    10/10

    Really cool place. Highly advised for a superb experience.

  13. Amy C.
    • one review
    10/10

    The food, sake, and service were outstanding. We highly recommend Sakeya and we’d definitely go back!

  14. Sara B.
    • 9 reviews
    9/10

    A must try for everyone fond of sake and true Japanese cuisine!

  15. Ryan W.
    • 4 reviews
    8/10

    The only issue I can say is that the restaurant was too brightly lit. Sakeya is quite beautiful inside but the lighting kills a bit of the ambiance.

  16. Francesco S.
    • one review
    10/10

    We went for dinner, we got a proper dining experience. Having been to Japan, I can say this place is truly authentic. Amazing sashimi straight from Tsukiji, but the lamb was the unexpected highlight. Great, professional service and a quiet environment even on a Saturday night!

  17. Jose D.
    • 24 reviews
    10/10

    Excellent experience!.. plates were very well presented, the service was amazing and the food delicious.. 100% recommended!!

  18. Giovanni r.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    Una conferma. Ottimo

  19. Fabio C.
    • one review
    10/10

    Qualità del cibo strepitosa Cocktail/drink superlativi

  20. Sara P.
    • 8 reviews
    9/10

    An amazing tasting experience!

Practical information

Opening time

Aperto dal lunedì al sabato dalle 19:00 all'01:00.

How to get to the restaurant

Via Cesare da Sesto, 1, I-20123, Milan, Italy

Public transport

Tram 2, 14. Metro Sant’Agostino mt400. Metro Porta Genova mt500. Metro Sant’Ambrogio mt550.

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Restaurant can be privatized (8 people max)

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