Roka

Address: Shop 2, Level LG1, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong, China
Telephone: 3960 5988

- Expensive

4.3

Stand by for an ultra Japanese session of Roka 'n roll!

There are no surprises in that the styling is minimalist - this is a Japanese restaurant, after all. But where they've saved on the decor, they've gone all out on the food itself. Hong Kong's first dining out treat of choice is nearly always Japanese - hence the enduring popularity of this super central eatery.

Food and drink
3.6
90%
Service
3.7
90%
Food and drink
3.6
90%
Value for money
3.7
90%
Ambience
3.5
90%
Location
3.7
90%

Food and drink

Wander where you will on the menu, and it's very hard to go wrong. Red miso soup, prawn and black cod dumplings, lamb cutlet with hot pepper spices - all turned out nigh perfectly. Honeycomb ice cream tops things off nicely.

 

Ambience

Roka loosely translates as "a fire burning warmly in a hearth", and something of that atmosphere is discernible here.

Service

Service is matey and un-condescending; if you are a novice at pairing sake with food, just ask.

Location

It's inside a major shopping mall, so expect plenty of ladies who shop then lunch, et al.

Price advice

Reckon on HK$500 per person, excluding alcohol.

Tables to book

A counter round the robata grill gets you to the heart of the action.

Recommended for

  • Business travellers
  • Special occasions

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