Located near leafy Hyde Park, the Mayfair area of London is an upscale delight of classic Georgian townhouses, exclusive hotels, elegant shops, and gourmet restaurants. One of which is Roka. This meeting place takes the name for its fashionable food and drinks establishment from the Japanese word Ro (friends) combined with Ka (the warmth, heat, and all-embracing energy around us).
There truly is no better place for you and your Elite escorts in London date to enjoy authentic, delicious Japanese robata grill prepared food. The many distinct varieties of charcoal add nuances of flavour and texture stylings to all of the dishes you and your high-end escort agency GFE can enjoy at Roka.
Nestled amongst the Savile Row bespoke tailors and Bond Street designer fashions, feasting on the Japanese grill prepared dishes at Roka is sure to add both spice and delight for you and your busty escort from Bentleys of London agency. Mayfair’s range of exclusive hotels, shops, restaurants and clubs includes the classic international auction houses of Sotheby’s, Christie’s, and Bonhams.
One of the best-known butchers in London is Allens of Mayfair. Initially founded on Mount Street in a shop in 1830. Allen’s has held a royal warrant of appointment to supply meat to the Queen and several high-profile restaurants. Now operating online it is a traditional supplier for all Mayfair area high-end restaurants.
Where better to enjoy poultry, fish, meat, and vegetables than at the centrally located robata grill at the centre of Roka. It is rustic and at the same time, the modern interior is richly complemented by exotic hardwoods and the centrepiece of its authentic robata grill. Your high class, expensive London escort dinner date you can enjoy the experience of watching your meal prepared in full view of all patrons at the central Robata grill. When the weather is nicer and more pleasant, there are also outdoor tables available to diners.
The history of the Robata grill comes directly from the Japanese fishermen off the northern coastal waters of that country. The fishermen would prepare fish on their boats with different, unique charcoals. The Japanese fishermen would then share their feast using the oars of their boats. If you like good tempura or crab rice pot, Roka is an ideal choice. Fresh sashimis and a fresh spinach salad with Japanese inspired dressing are not to be miss.