|SUSHI BAR ENTREES
All items below are served with a small house salad and miso soup to start
Translated scattered sushi, fresh sashimi with lots of variety and tsukemono (pickled items) served on a plate with sushi rice on the side
Fresh assorted nigiri 10pcs and 6pcs maki - the most popular dinner item at Sakai
Assortment of glistening fresh cuts of fish served on a bed of shredded daikon. Served with warm steamed rice.
|OMAKASE SUSHI DINNER
Assorted premium 10 pcs of nigiri.
All kitchen entrees are served with a small house salad, steamed rice and miso soup
Our teriyaki sauce is made from scratch with our time perfected recipe to balance the sweetness with saltiness, and subtle flavors like grilled apples and scallions are infused. Served on a hot skillet, on a bed of vegetables.
AAA Canadian striploin
Fresh Atlantic salmon
Breaded meat cutlet, originating to late 19th century, one of the most popular dishes in Japan. With our chicken we strive to maintain the juiciness and with our pork crispiness is our goal. Served with thick Japanese worcestershire type sauce.
|DON KATSU - PORK||$20.00|
Quintessentially Korean with its firey sauce both sweet and spicy and plenty of garlic. Stir fried with chunky vegetables with our house dadeki (Korean hot pepper paste) served on a hot sizzling skillet.
add ssam for $7
|SPICY CHICKEN BOKUM||$20.00|
|SPICY PORK BOKUM||$20.00|
|SPICY SHRIMP BOKUM||$25.00|
|NEW SPICY VEGETABLE BOKUM||$18.00|
|BOOL GO GHEE
Marbled thin slices of sirloin pan simmered with mushrooms, onions and scallion in thin sweet soy marinade. Served on a hot skillet.
You can make is a ssäm for extra $7
|BEEF BOOL GO GHEE||$21.00|
|SPICY BOOL GO GHEE
Kick it up a notch with Korean hot pepper flakes
|WHAT IS SSÄM?
Ssäm is a traditional way of eating meat in Korea. Loosley translated it means a wrap. Koreans tend to enjoy eating meat wrapped in leaf lettuce and other leafy vegetables with garlic and ssäm jang (spicy Korean miso dip), which is great for your digestion and you get a unique blend of textures and flavors in one bite. Ordering ssäm will get you green leaf lettuce hearts, fried whole garlic cloves, Korean long green peppers and ssäm jang. Using hand to make your wrap is necessary so please wash your hands.
Deep fried morsels of chicken in batter dry tossed with teriyaki sauce and cinnamon, topped with crushed cashew nuts and served with thin slices of apple and cabbage
A favorite Korean BBQ. Cross cut, bone-in beef ribs, grilled to bring out the caramalized sweet smokey flavor, served on a hot skillet.
add ssam for $7
Fresh water eel, steamed and marinated heavy sweet and salty sauce with sprinkled sansho (sichuan pepper), served on top of steamed rice in a hot clay pot with gari (pickled ginger)
Ample amounts of fresh water eel, served on a hot skillet with a bed of fresh onions, with unagi sauce, and sprinkles of sansho. Gari is served on the side as a palate cleanser
A medly of seafood including shrimp, squid, scallops, and fish stir fried with vegetables in garlic, ginger and sake
Technique introduced to Japan by Portuguese missionaries and traders in 16th century, the key is to create a light and crispy batter without it being too oily. Served with sweet gingery dipping sauce with grated daikon and scallions.
Shrimp and assorted vegetables
Lobster tail and assorted vegetables
Below items are served with a small house salad
Chilled buckwheat noodles, accompanied by wasabi, grated daikon and scallion dipping sauce
|NABE UDON OR SOBA
Thick udon noodles or buckwheat soba noodles in clear dashi (broth) with chicken and seafood
|TEMPURA UDON OR SOBA
Thick udon noodles or buckwheat soba noodles in clear dashi (broth) with tempura on the side
|SEAFOOD YAKI UDON
Shrimp, small mussels, squid with vegetables stir fried with oyster sauce. Served with miso soup
Set dinners allow you to enjoy a variety of flavors by combining our most popular dishes, served with a small house salad and miso soup.
|NABE MONO - JAPANESE FONDUE DISHES COOKED AT YOUR TABLE
Price is per portion, all orders require a minimum of 2 portions
Each portion includes steamed rice, salad and miso soup to start
Only available for dine in
An adventure that starts with a cast iron cauldron, sweet soy based simmering broth in which you cook your own freshly sliced sirloin beef, vegetables, sweet potato noodles, and tofu. Tradition calls for using beaten raw egg for a dipping sauce. This fondue bubbles with flavor and must be experienced at least once in a life time
|$32.00 PER PORTION|
Another traditional Japanese delight in which you cook freshly sliced beef, vegetables, udon noodles, and tofu in a light beef broth. This hot pot is accompanied by two sauces for dipping - a yummy peanut/sesame sauce and a refreshing citrus ponzu sauce
|$34.00 PER PORTION|
Please let us know of any allergies or dietary restrictions.
We will try our best to accomodate your request.