HASHIGO ZAKE LIMITED is a restaurants company based out of Calle Laguna del Marquesado Nª 19, Nave 16 Edificio Adriana 1ª Planta, Polígono Industrial La Resina (Villaverde), Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain.
|Price Range||$$ – Reasonable: $8-$10 / $6-$7|
|Licence||This venue is licenced|
Products and specialities
Open 365 days a year, Imported Beer, Wine, Japanese Food
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There's some stiff competition for the title of "best craft bar" in Wellington but I reckon Hashigo Zake stands head and shoulders above the rest. The entrance is down a brick alley off the busy Taranaki Street and leads down to set of stairs to a dimly lit basement characterised by brick walls and shabby dark wood furniture. It's kind of like a mix between a homely British pub and a Japanese sake bar down here with all the leather seating and Asian inspired furnishings and screens. The beer selection is extensive and includes some out of it brews like an 18% stout by Mikkeller and several others from all over U.S.A, New Zealand and Europe. The staff really know their stuff and love to have a yarn so if you're at a loss picking something to drink , or just fancy a chat they're always happy to help. Plus the food is pretty top notch - give the kimchi pork pie a whirl next time you're around - it's a bit weird but super tasty!
Wellingtons great craft beer bar, constant rotating taps and a fantastic staffing unit with all the knowledge to let you make the right decision. Down in a basement of Taranaki Street, it’s a bastion of the craft beer scene and a place that any craft beer loving geek should put on the regular places to drink list.
You’re drinking craft beer with friends (perhaps friends you met on the internet, maybe even twitter). Next thing you know, you’re hungry (it’s seven pm after work, you’ve also neglected the gym; damn). Luckily, Hashigo Zake has octopus dumplings, pan-fried pork and vegetable dumplings, noodles, pies and more. Some of it seems a bit weird, but you’re tipsy so you don’t care. Turns out it tastes delicious as well!