An izakaya (Japanese: ee-ZAH-ka-yah) is a type of informal Japanese gastropub. Izakaya consisting of i (to stay) and sakaya (sake shop), indicating that izakaya originated from sake shops that allowed customers to sit on the premises to drink. The izakaya embodies all aspects of Japanese food culture – from first class fine dining to late night street food.
Jah Izakaya & Sake Bar is aimed exactly at expanding Copenhagen’s culinary horizon with the introduction of a true Japanese Izakaya-kitchen into the city’s food scene – one that simultaneously gives rise to Copenhagen’s very first real sake bar.
In the Jah version of the izakaya kitchen, our Japanese chefs introduces, not only authentic and classic izakaya dishes, but also a locally rooted "seasonal menu", offering the best produce from organic and biodynamic farming, to the freshest fish and shellfish on the market, as well as organic and free range meat and poultry and what ever is in season.
Sunday — Thursday
17:30 — 24:00
Friday — Saturday
17:30 — 01:00