A library of sake tucked away on George Street.
Sarah Lux-Lee
Published on December 01, 2014
Updated on October 22, 2021


You could get lost for hours reviewing the library of sake bottles lining the wooden shelves that run from floor to ceiling at Fuku. The menu provides a map to help you navigate the range, which stretches all the way from an enjoyable Hakutsuru warm sake from Kobu ($10) to a Born Junmai Daiginjo from the Fukui region ($175).

To ensure you have ample time to find the wisdom at the bottom of the bottle, you'll want to settle down for dinner. Highlights include smoked miso-marinated black cod ($16), presented with a dramatic flourish in its still-burning embers, and a twice-cooked duck breast served in soft slices with a sweet persimmon puree and yuzu pepper jus. A hidden haven from the bustle of World Square, Fuku is an ideal spot for a quiet catch-up with good friends and a serious boost to your sake education.


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