Sake (Sable Square)

 
 
Block D, Ground Floor
Shop 2
Sable Square

Cape Town
Western Cape
 
021 528 7586
Email:
Website: www.sakesushi.co.za
 
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Authentic Asian cuisine, delicious sushi, and all you can eat sushi specials.  Sake manages to be exotic and local at the same time with fresh fish and rolls with boeries in them.    Whenever possible, Sake also tries to use sustainable fish and ingredients, helping you to feel good while feeling full.

Open:

Monday - Saturday:    12:00 pm - 3:00 pm & 6:00 pm    -    10:00 pm
 
 

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Sake (Sable Square) 4out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.
 
Price Range: Reasonable
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  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Take-Aways
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Ron
27 January 2015
@Richard: Not that I am a fan of this restaurant, but I think the extra charge when sitting down is for the plates, cutlery, space etc. I went here this last weekend and noticed there was a 10 to 20 rand difference between dishes on the sit down menu and take away menu. (I ordered off the take away menu and went home and ate it). My general feeling is if you can't afford whats on the menu, you shouldn't eat there in the first place. I also think the restaurant can do more to differentiate the sit down and take-away sections. Maybe have a separate take-away counter away from the restaurant seating area to avoid confusion? I ordered the chicken chop suey, prawn noodle and chicken friend rice. The meal was average. 2.5 / 5. As the meal was a very reasonable price it's ok (you get what you pay for). However, I would definitely would not happy with paying the sit down price for the meals I ordered.
2 Sake (Sable Square)
 
Richard
26 January 2015
The sushi is good, no doubt about that. However, the so called "30% off" sushi special when sitting down is a complete joke. For example - the Purple Plate that consists of 2 pieces of Sunshine Roll is R40 (so with the discount R28) but if you had to order a sunshine roll for take-away, you would get 4 pieces at R40. Simple maths - to get the same amount of sushi from the "special" you are in fact paying a 40% PREMIUM (R16 more). Same goes with everything else on the menu. I can understand paying a little bit more for the ambiance, but these costs add up quite a bit after a few plates. This is the only sushi place that I know of with price discrimination in their own restaurant, and quite frankly, its not worth it. When I took the matter up with the waitress, they added that "we are not supposed to look at the take-away menu" even though the food comes from the exact same place/chefs. Furthermore, the manager was conveniently away when I started making a fuss. I felt completely ripped off.
1 Sake (Sable Square)
 
 
 
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Ron
27-01-2015 09:28
@Richard: Not that I am a fan of this restaurant, but I think the extra charge when sitting down is for the plates, cutlery, space etc. I went here this last weekend and noticed there was a 10 to 20 rand difference between dishes on the sit down menu and take away menu. (I ordered off the take away menu and went home and ate it). My general feeling is if you can't afford whats on the menu, you shouldn't eat there in the first place. I also think the restaurant can do more to differentiate the sit down and take-away sections. Maybe have a separate take-away counter away from the restaurant seating area to avoid confusion? I ordered the chicken chop suey, prawn noodle and chicken friend rice. The meal was average. 2.5 / 5. As the meal was a very reasonable price it's ok (you get what you pay for). However, I would definitely would not happy with paying the sit down price for the meals I ordered.
2 Sake (Sable Square)
 
Richard
26-01-2015 01:35
The sushi is good, no doubt about that. However, the so called "30% off" sushi special when sitting down is a complete joke. For example - the Purple Plate that consists of 2 pieces of Sunshine Roll is R40 (so with the discount R28) but if you had to order a sunshine roll for take-away, you would get 4 pieces at R40. Simple maths - to get the same amount of sushi from the "special" you are in fact paying a 40% PREMIUM (R16 more). Same goes with everything else on the menu. I can understand paying a little bit more for the ambiance, but these costs add up quite a bit after a few plates. This is the only sushi place that I know of with price discrimination in their own restaurant, and quite frankly, its not worth it. When I took the matter up with the waitress, they added that "we are not supposed to look at the take-away menu" even though the food comes from the exact same place/chefs. Furthermore, the manager was conveniently away when I started making a fuss. I felt completely ripped off.
1 Sake (Sable Square)
 
 
 
 
These reviews reflect the opinions of only those Internet users who have chosen to participate. The comments cannot be assumed to represent the opinions of 24.com, Media24, Internet users in general or the public as a whole. Food24 actively encourages restaurant owners to exercise their right to reply.
 
 

 

 
 

 

 

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