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Sakana directly translates to “accompaniment for drinks” (and tei to “house”), so it is unsurprising that the restaurant is modeled around an izakaya, a traditional drinking establishment serving snacks that one would find in Japan. Japanese businessmen (who make up a large percentage of the customer base) come here with the view to spending an entire evening – beginning with starters and a few beers, then moving on to sushi, fried items and simmered dishes (all washed down with sake), before ending with grilled riceballs (yaki onigiri) or a bowl of fresh noodles and a couple of whiskies. There is an English à la carte menu (bearing all the usual suspects), but for those in the know, the real menu is painstakingly written in Japanese on a portable chalkboard. Although the standard items are impeccable, I would highly recommend ordering at least a few (if not all) of your dishes from the specials board.
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