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Tucked away from the busier main street, Sakai is a fantastic little spot for a meal. With a menu that keeps on going, you won’t have a hard time finding something appealling.
The staff are very welcoming, speaking both Japanese and English. Sakai has an authentic Japanese feel with traditional art, attire, and tatami mat seating, as well as tables and a bar if that’s more to your preference.
There will likely be some foods you’ve never tried, so don’t be afraid to order a couple of new dishes and surprise yourself!
Masuzake, a Japanese Margarita as some call it. Sake served in a small wooden box with salt on the edge.
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