London’s critically-acclaimed robatayaki restaurant.

In the famed Fitzrovia media district, the award-winning contemporary Japanese robatayaki Roka restaurant has made a name for itself as London’s premiere Japanese-inspired eatery.

Created by Noriyoshi Muramatsu in collaboration with Super Potato Architecture, the robata grill sits center stage at the restaurant behind a knotted wooden counter framed by glass cases displaying market fresh produce. It’s here that most of the action takes place, though the restaurant is surrounded by smaller, more intimate tables to offer guests a more personalized dining experience. A rustic yet contemporary and stylish interior is inviting and well manicured, yet informal and accessible for guests off the street and those with standing reservations.

As for the menu, first-timers are encouraged to try the site’s Premium Tasting Menu, which feeds two people comfortably and features all of the locale’s delectable dishes, like the Hamachi Tataki, Kankoku Fu Kohitsuji and a ripe dessert platter. A full dinner menu is also available.

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