This relaxed yet elegant restaurant in plush Mayfair serves contemporary Japanese Robatayaki cuisine. At the heart of the restaurant is the robata grill, which is an integral design element of the room.
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Venue Details & Map
30 North Audley StreetMayfairLondonW1K 6ZF
- +44 (0)20 7305 5644
- Public transport:
- Marble Arch, Underground
Tried it and although the place was nicely decorated, the crowd very stylish and rich and the food decent... I didn't like it. This place lacks of coziness and the same dishes can be found at few other trendy spots in London. I wasn't impressed or delighted during my time there neither were the wait staff.more
We had a lovely time. Situated in central London. Close to Main Street Oxford street off of Selfridges but away from the rifraf. Great food, beautiful ambiance and fantastic service !!more
Everything about this place is super splendid:
1. Yes you pay a shiny penny - but you get an amazing food value for it (I'm talking about the brunches) between the unlimited drinks and starters
2. The decor is modern and clean.. and plenty of room
3. The sushi is the best I ever had in the UK
The only reason why this gets 4 stars instead of 5 is because of the crowd. Lots of rather pushy...more
It seems that this place is quite popular cuz my friend who booked the table only get one for 6pm and anything later is fully booked.
This place is close to Selfridges and Bond Street. The restaurant is quite big and it is nicely decorated.
Sushi and sashimi are okay. And they are tiny as well. There isn't much to say cuz I just think they are normal and the salmon are not very fresh I...more
We're big fans of ROKA Soho and was excited that one opened in Mayfair. We were in the mood for Japanese and decided to try our luck without a reservation at ROKA Mayfair on a Friday night.
Food: We ordered the black cod dumplings, crispy prawn maki, eggplant salad, rock shrimp tempura, soft-shell crab maki, yakitori, baby chicken and the chicken wings. Everything, but the maki rolls were...more