The largest of Rainer Becker’s Roka restaurants in London, this venue in Aldwych focuses on Robatayaki dishes.
Sample the likes of Wagyu beef tartar, langoustine and cod cheek skewers or some of Roka’s signature dishes, sushi and sashimi.
There is a relaxed ambience in this slick eatery, which has at its heart a Robata grill.
|Typical meal price:||From £41.00 (USD54.17) per diner|
£41 and over
Venue Details & Map
71 AldwychCity of WestminsterLondonWC2B 4HN
Top 5 reviews of Roka Aldwych
I've had better meals and service in his city, NYC or Hong for this price. Nobody checked on your meal till the end and by then I felt obligated to say the meal was good so I could leave right away.
The sommelier also dubbed as a server when nobody is available to pick up food from the Robata grill after the chef yelled out for pick up in Japanese 3x.
Sashimi for two, good quality, portion...Read More
We had lunch at Roka yesterday, and I think I'm still in a bit of a food coma. It was amazing. The format of the menu is such that you pick a main course and the rest of the courses are included. We shared the skewers, beef, and ribs as our main course. We also had a 2 year old with us.
First of all, the staff was fantastic with our toddler. They would always check on him, make funny faces,...Read More
We had a lovely dinner at Roka right before seeing a show at Prince of Wales Theatre. We were late to our reservation and had very little time (less than an hour) to dine. The waitstaff was completely understanding and worked to get us each of our divine dishes as quickly as possible. Every part of our meal was fresh and flavorful, from the unique wagyu maki to the fantastic ginger broccoli....Read More
I had done a bit of research previously to dining, and after the fantastic marketing watching the video on the Roka website, it was safe to say I had very high expectations. I am glad to report that my expectations were met.
We arrived an hour before our friends to have a few drinks at the bar. The bar staff, aside from confusing me with an apparently recognizable semi-famous stage actor...Read More
Oh, how I hate getting my heart trampled on by sushi-spectations.
Roka was gonna be the close-to-my-flat, must-get-my-parents-to-love-me sushi spot but it was so underwhelming, I may have even shed a little tear at the end. With the exception of the yogurt cake, which was something out of this world, the sushi was served in TINY portions, and I mean insultingly small, and it was just average....Read More