Some places are all about the food, while others are all about the atmosphere. Roka combines both to great effect. Dedicated to bringing local ingredients and flavors to their dishes, they serve up tasty, fresh food in a dining area well suited for business lunches, dinner dates and drinks with friends. Try the 314 (blackened salmon, eel, grilled jalapeño, asparagus, toasted sesame seeds, eel sauce) and the Hikari (tempura shrimp, spinach, avocado, cucumber, torched salmon, dill weed, celery salt, lemon zest, saikyo miso). And if one of your companions isn’t thrilled to dive into sushi, Roka has plenty of more mainstream offerings like fire grilled duck breast, Mongolian BBQ, almond sesame chicken and even a burger.
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