One Menu Only
PLEASE NOTE TO ENSURE THAT GUESTS EXPERIENCE THE TRUE HISTORICAL HOSPITALITY.
OMAKASE IS LIMITED TO ONLY TEN SEATS PER SITTING.
For those of us who put so much of ourselves into Omakase, it’s more than our work; it’s our home. And that’s how we try to welcome you—as a guest in a home we love, are proud of and are eager for you to love, too.
We want you to feel special when you’re here, we want you to expect that everything, every last detail, is taken care of for you, so that you are welcomed, relaxed and at ease. And most of all, happy.
That’s really what it is all about. We don’t want to impress you. We want to comfort you and make you happy.
Omakase serves a style of sushi called Edomae sushi, Edomae which in Japanese derives from Edo = old name for Tokyo, mae = close.
This is the highest form of the art of sushi where the Itamae (chef) seeks to exploit the produce
they finds in their vicinity, and then present it as pure and simplistic as possible, as so to
enhance the natural flavour and texture of the produce.
“I seek to be faithful and true to the Japanese tradition, but with my own slightly
Nordic twist, I have dubbed my style Nor-Mae sushi” Roger Exclaims.
“90% of what I use is Norwegian produce, locally caught, and during the times when we are
closed (they are open only between Thursday- Saturday, with 1 seating each day),
I am actively working with fishermen, divers and fishmongers, so we together learn,
investigate and study the incredible diversity we have here on the west coast of Norway.”
– Itamae Roger
Luxury Travel Guide European Awards 2018 – Restaurant & Bar Awards Winner
Unique Dining Experience of the Year
Vinforum – Årets restaurant 2016
Juryen har talt, og det er nå klart at Sabi Omakase i Stavanger er årets restaurant i Norge for 2016.
White guide Nordic – October 31, 2016
The new White Guide Nordic – now featuring over 325 restaurants
Andershusa.com – January 6, 2016
An Authentic Tokyo Style Sushi-ya in Stavanger
DN.no – Juni 03, 2016
Norges beste sushi?
LondonEater.com – October 28, 2015
Sabi Omakase, Stavanger, Norway
Byas.no – October 10, 2015
Kan ikke sammenlignes med noe annet i byen
DN.no – September 27, 2015
Lar ikke oljenedtur stanse sushisatsing
Byas.no – April 15, 2015
Sabi Sushi med helt nytt restaurant-konsept
Telephone: +47 925 43 781