Disclaimer: This relates to prose, I would never consider being intentionally rude in real life.
I'm currently writing a short-story, and in it there's a scene in a Japanese restaurant. It calls for one of the characters (female) to call the waiter over and request a bottle of Sake (nihonshu?), as per the chef's recommendation.
My own—slow but ongoing—study of Japanese, is of little help, because text-books has an awful tendency to mangle the politeness in these matters. From what I understand of the politeness customs in Japan, a customer would probably not be more polite toward the staff, than the staff toward the customer.
So, how would one, as a woman, in conversational Japanese, bordering on being downright rude, order a bottle of the house's recommended rice-wine?
My own best guess would be "Oi, nihonshu kudasai!", but that doesn't sound right to me…