In 2011, the Hakkasan group arrived at St James’s Street, where its first Japanese restaurant occupies two floors of a listed modernist building. With its interiors clad with linear bamboo, Sake No
Hana can seat up to 120 guests. While the ground-floor is home to the bar, there are 13 seats at the first floor Sushi Counter, reached by escalator, and the main dining area is a versatile space
that can be arranged for private and semi-private hire, for small groups of 8-14 or larger parties of 20-45. Sushi and sashimi are prepared to order at the counter, while authentic Toban and
Kamameshi dishes, and charcoal grilled fish and meat make up the extensive à la carte menu.