Sakana

A Japanese term referring to food eaten as an accompaniment to alcohol, originating from the word ‘saka’ (sake) and ‘na,’ meaning food.

At Sakana, chef Kazuki Tsuya brings a modern pan-Asian twist to Japanese flavours and the finest local produce, serving shareable plates in a casual space, to old friends and new guests.

Reflecting the Japanese philosophy of ‘sakana,’ the dishes on our menu are even better when paired with something to sip, and best enjoyed over lively, happy tables.

Welcome, and itadakimasu, or, ‘let’s eat!’

Camp Street 1
Daylesford 3460 VIC AU
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Lunch: Fri-MonDinner: Thu-Tue

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