A member of the acclaimed Japanese restaurant fleet, ROKA Canary Wharf offers a varied menu of beautifully fresh sushi, rice dishes and tempura, plus meats and fish from the central robata grill. Tropical-inspired cocktails mixed at the ROKA bar are served in handmade Japanese clay vessels, and the earthy dining room features tanned leathers, timber and porphyry stone.
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Food and DrinkValid from 11 April 2016 to 31 December 2016
Weekend Brunch prices£45 or £55 or £65 per person. Bellini or Bloody Mary on arrival, Starters from the counter, Robata Dish, Dessert Platter and wine throughout.
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4 Park Pavilion
40 Canada SquareLondonE14 5FW
Food was beautifully presented and delicious.
There is something for everyone including great vegetarian options. The server forewarned us but they just bring out plates as they are done so if you have your heart set on the order of food. I.e.:,
I want to start with this and then I will have that... You may not like. Everything was good and we ordered a lot for 4 people so I found the...more
Really amazing food, location, atmosphere and presentation. The menu was amazing. One of my best food experiences in London and a great scene. Highly recommend.more
Trendy Japanese restaurant in Canary Wharf, where all the beautiful people flock to on a Saturday night.
The quality of food is extremely high, although personally I would give the tempura dishes a miss. Thankfully there are plenty of other dishes to choose from, sushi, ribs, sea bream, the list is long.
Service is very good and given the location and quality, the prices are very...more
This is the place to go for a unique experience of the best of what Japan has to offer in terms of food.
From great sushi and sashimi, to delicious scallops, and lamb cops and Kobe beef to die for.
Tips: go for one of the set menus to try a range of great food.
Brilliant restaurant and really good service. We went for the weekend brunch offer which I would really recommend. The sushi was extremely good and it really was all you can eat, all you can drink, whilst still remaining sophisticated.
We had the middle price brunch menu. In future I think I would just go for the cheaper one as the starters are so good and the cheaper main choices still...more