Roka Canary Wharf

Contemporary Japanese |
Seats up to 80 |
£85+ per person
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    Private dining events at Roka Canary Wharf

    In the heart of the capital’s financial district, Roka Canary Wharf is set against a backdrop of the city’s towering skyline. The restaurant, lounge and terrace offer multiple options for group dining and standing receptions.

    Offering natural daylight and views over Canada Square, the lounge at Roka Canary Wharf is perfect for business lunches or dinner, with capacity for 20 guests seated or up to 80 guests for drinks receptions.

    The main restaurant, with elegant interiors and the central robata grill, can host dining groups of up to 30 guests, or up to 80 when hired exclusively. The intimate Chef’s Table is also available for up to 15 guests.

    When the weather permits, (April to September), the stunning second floor terrace with views over Canada Square, can seat up to 35 guests on one long table, or can accommodate up to 80 guests for a drinks and canapé reception.

    Originally conceived by renowned chef Rainer Becker, a flaming robata grill is at the heart of every Roka, providing a sense of theatre for diners. A striking yet informal interior that reflects the strength and energy of fire, Roka’s distinctive, sensory environment is designed to wrap each diner in a comfortable cocoon of warmth, welcome and hospitality, serving contemporary Japanese robatayaki cuisine.

    Groups can choose from two tasting menus, showcasing Roka favourite dishes. At the weekend, Canary Wharf offers a Premium Brunch menu for groups with free-flowing beverage options.

    There are no room hire charges, a minimum spend of food and beverage applies.