Nakano Darling, Tachinomi YP and Yakitori Yurippi are celebrating all things sake with limited-time set menus this winter.
August 08, 2022
Three of Sydney's Japanese food favourites are coming together to celebrate all things sake across August. Nakano Darling, Tachinomi YP and Yakitori Yurippi are teaming up for Sake Month to present a range of special set menus and snacks to pair with a wide variety of sake.
At both Nakano and Tachinomi YP, diners can order a limited-time sake and otsumami (Japanese for 'snack') set, with varieties of the Japanese spirit paired with moreish finger food. The menu is available daily during August and changes week to week with new combinations popping up throughout the month.
Over in Crow's Nest, Yakitori Yurippi is also making the most of Sake Month with its Hide's Izakaya chef's table experience. This seven-course izakaya-style menu is limited to 24 people each Tuesday with seatings available at 5pm, 7pm and 9pm.
"It's been a pretty cold winter, but it's clear that everyone loves being out again with friends and family," the venues' co-owner Tin Jung Shea said. "We get it and we wanted to create something special to give our customers more chances to have fun, stay warm, and try some amazing Japanese cuisine while they're getting back to dining out."