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Oka Pan Asian Restaurant
71 Regent Park RoadLondonNW1 8UY
- +44 20 7483 2072
I don't eat a lot of different types of fish/sushi. I am a spicy tuna or prawn kind of guy so I can't speak to the more exotic items on the menu but what I order.. I love. It's a small place (maybe 10 tables) but the service is extremely friendly and they have items besides sushi that are equally tasty. They always find a spot for us when we rock up last minute with our kids in tow....more
This whole food court blew us away. I'm not sure if we missed it on our last visit to London a few years ago or if it is new. Anyway, we were certainly playing the tourist part when we arrived at the food court. We had our phones out checking Yelp for some help in making a dinner choice.
All of the restaurants in the court got good reviews but we were leaning towards some Japanese food this...more
I went today with a friend after having decided against several other small restaurants -- and there are plenty -- on Regents Park Road. I'm so glad I decided on this place, because I would wholeheartedly recommend Oka to anyone else who likes Japanese food.
The standout dish for me was actually not my main dish, the bulgogie beef -- which, don't get me wrong, was still great! -- but, in...more
A little surprised by the other reviewers, although am guessing that they want to keep this small establishment a secret that remains "on top of the hill". The ultimate meaning of Oka. I went to this restaurant as a further celebratory week of getting older again. I was surprised at the great value for money, especially in Primrose Hill. The food was above average with some nice variations on...more
There seems to be an ever increasing amount of Japanese restaurants in NW1, which is great for me, as I love their cusine.
Popped in Oka on a sunday evening and easily managed to get a seat, which apparently isnt normal. The restaurant is very small catering for about 20 people. Very neutral decor but not badly done.
The service staff looked visibly stressed, which as the restaurant was...more