Cherry Cocktails and Macarons! This Is London’s Latest Blossom-Covered Dining Spot

Morgan Cormack Morgan Cormack


Mayfair’s Japanese restaurant Sake No Hana has a flower-filled new look.

We all love a good cherry blossom and us Londoners love them even more when we get to dine underneath them and pretend we’re in a Japanese garden.

Well, London’s got another cherry blossom installation and it looks absolutely magical. Until the 10th June, guests to Sake No Hana can celebrate the Sakura season in style with their smashing new artwork. Renowned British artist Rebecca Louise Law has covered the ceiling with clouds of 25,000 naturally preserved white flowers and the effect is breathtaking.

Expect all the tranquil vibes you’d expect to get in Japan … just in a modern restaurant in Mayfair instead!

To tie in with the new installation, there’s an exclusive Sakura food menu and guests can expect to dine on delights inspired by Head Chef Hideki Hiwatashi’s childhood memories. The traditional Japanese bento box gets a makeover into an elegant dining experience and can be washed down with a cherry iced tea, or finished with a cherry blossom macaron.

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Reserve a table here. You can find the Sakura art installation at Sake No Hana, 23 St James’s Street, London, SW1A 1HA until June 10th.

For a hot pink take on the blossom theme, don’t miss Roka’s beautiful basement bar Shochu.

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