- Main course: $29
- Food spend: $75
- Opening hours
- LUNCH Monday to Friday - 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM DINNER Sunday to Thursday - 4:30 PM to 10 PM Friday to Saturday - 4:30 PM to 11 PM SHOCHU LOUNGE & BAR Sunday to Wednesday - 4:30 PM to 11 PM Thursday to Saturday - 4:30 PM to 12 AM HAPPY HOUR Everyday - 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM and 9 PM to Close
Dominated by the centrally located robata grill, fish, poultry, meat and vegetables are prepared in open view of the diners at the surrounding counter and tables. Roka Akor keeps to the traditions of sourcing the best seasonal and local produce and seeks to supply the whole product in its purest, most natural form.
Roka Akor serves robatayaki, an open charcoal-grill cuisine cooked on the robata grill. Robata is japanese for ?cooking with open flames? using bincho tan, a special charcoal from the seaside village of Wakayama. Many years ago, fisherman would grill their catch in this way, sharing the cooked delights by passing food on oars from boat to boat.
RO and KA The restaurant name Roka Akor is derived from the japanese words RO and KA. RO means a place where everybody gathers to enjoy a meal with wine and sake in a sociable atmosphere. KA stands for a burning fire, heat and warmth, projecting energy and creating a welcoming buzz.
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