• Sake Bar Yoramu

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  • White Vegetarian

A bar for drinking sake and not a place to eat a full meal. The Israeli owner, Yoram, is knowledgeable about sake and has been serving it out of this tiny bar (seats up to 9) for many years. In addition to the sake, Yoram serves very small plates. He is a vegetarian so you'll see cheese on the menu, but the vegan dishes include Japanese staples like shishito peppers, tofu, and lotus root. Open Wed-Sat 6:00pm-12:00am.

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5 Reviews

First Review by jeedeecee


Points +307

12 Jan 2023

This was a unique experience

The owner is a sake expert. He knew a lot about it and liked to talk about sake. We didn't had any food. But if your are seeing for a nice sake place that's is quite and cosy please go visit.

Cons: A little off centre , we walked but next time I will take the metro.



Points +90

02 Nov 2019

Hidden gem

This bar is the kind of place just known by the locals. We didn't try the food, but the sake was amazing (it was our first time). The owner was really friendly and he ask you some questions about what you usually drink to find the perfect liquor for you.
The price, I think, is higher due the quality of the drinks, but totally worth the experience!

Pros: Relax, chill & enjoy environment, Nice and cozy decoration, Lot of sake options (lots)


Points +66

Non Veg
16 Apr 2017

Best sake tasting i've done

If you're into sake and want to take it to the next level - this is the place for you.


Points +297

15 Oct 2016

Must-go if you want to do Sake tasting

You'll get a variety of Sake, explained and presented by a master of the art, for not too much money. The atmosphere is great. Don't forget to have some snacks (Abura Age!) while enjoying the drinks. Yoram knows everything that's vegan and prepares everything while you watch, it's a joy.

Pros: Atmosphere, Variety, Snacks


Points +129

06 Aug 2015

All things sake!

Off the bat, one thing is irrefutable. Yoram, the gentleman behind the bar, literally and figuratively, is well-versed in all things sake. The right tasting technique is explained patiently, though he's gone through this routine a thousand times. After being asked which tastes I disliked in general, he exhibited three big sake bottles in front of me. The tasting started and two more different sakes were added to my list later in the evening. Yoram shared his thoughts about the sake industry's history in Japan and how the new generations are discovering the intricacies of this national beverage.

I did not try the food as I had already eaten but I will go back just for Yoram as he seems a very thoughtful, easy-going and interesting person. He even knew about Oberweis, one of Luxembourg's famous chocolate makers.

Pros: Yoram, the gentleman behind the bar. , The cozy, low-key atmosphere. , Tasting sake with a passionate master.

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