This month, London’s favourite lifestyle magazine – Time Out – launched their ultimate guide to the capital’s finest eateries where every restaurant PR agency in London held their breath to see if they’d made the cut.

The 100 best restaurants in London offers up a comprehensive collection of the tip top most inspiring London restaurants, featuring everyone from seasoned eateries to new kids on the block making bold new moves in the kitchen. Hand selected by Time Out’s food editor, Tania Ballantine, there was something for every palate!

As a restaurant PR agency, one of Me:Mo’s clients featured in the jam-packed issue: Japanese dining sensation and sake bar, Sakagura, a new entry and firm favourite in the issue. Read on below to find out why it made the cut from all the restaurant PR agencies in London.

Sakagura: A sleek, modern Japanese restaurant with traditional values

Nestled away in the stylish Heddon Street courtyard lies Sakagura, an intimate and elegant dining destination. Sakagura is the first joint venture between the Japan Centre Group, sake Royal Warrant holders Gekkeikan, Japanese plum wine brand Choya and the Toridoll Corporation.

With authentic Japanese dishes and exquisite interiors, attention to detail prevails within the restaurant. Launched in November 2016, Sakagura’s 1st birthday is fast approaching – with the next big event in their calendar being World Sake Day. To celebrate, Sakagura will be hosting a series of events throughout October, with the most notable of these the Sake Journey Festival on Tuesday 10th from 6pm.

Sakagura will be transformed into ten regional sake breweries from across Japan: Keigetsu (Shikoku), Take-No-Tsuyu (Yamagata), Kasumi-Tsuru (Hyogo), Choya (Osaka), Gekkeikan (Kyoto) and much more to showcase the wonders of sake. Let your senses travel from stall to stall, taking tips and sips from each sake brewing station, a mini appetiser served in traditional wooden boats, and a complimentary Ochoko ‘cup’ to use throughout the evening and a take-home sake journey passport with information about each brewery.

Fancy getting your sake knowledge up to scratch? Visit to purchase your tickets now.

This Japanese extravaganza certainly gets this restaurant PR agency’s cut – make sure you stop by soon for a unique sake and dining experience!