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Robata Grill and Sushi has opened it’s doors in Kingly Court. Sister to OKA in Primrose Hill the small restaurant has a short menu featuring plenty of staple Japanese dishes.

Highlights for us included the crunchy Chicken Karaage, deep fried and coated in cereal it was lightly without any hint of grease. Jalapeno salmon roll with spring onion, shichimi spices, avocado and cucumber rolled in tempura crumbs served alongside a punchy citrus mayo and the Dragon roll with prawn tempura, asparagus, spicy mayo topped with avocado. Well, you can’t go wrong with a Dragon Roll, can you?


Everything is made fresh and comes fast, a great option for a quick Japanese meal central that won’t break the bank.

First floor of Kingly Court, W1B 5PW