Roka Aldwych Sunday Han Setto Brunch

I have mad, mad, mad love for Roka Aldwych and I fell even more in love with the restaurant because they have the best Sunday menu in town. The Han Setto Brunch is a £39 deal for a whole lot of food and it’s quality Japanese fare that’s absolutely designed for the hungry.
By the way… don’t let the “brunch” tag fool you. The menu is available all day.
Plus you get bellinis on arrival! For an extra £16 you get unlimited house vino but you can of course, get other options.
 Your food journey commences with some salted edamame and Japanese pickles…
a salad of tomatoes…

 

a simple yet delicious spinach salad with sesame dressing…

 

Chef’s sashimi selection (we had the usual maguro, sake & hamachi)…

 

Japanese style bacon and potato salad…

 

salmon & avocado maki and tempura & avocado maki…

 

a variety of tempura…

 

beef and ginger dumplings…

 

*PHEW*
Are you still with me?
Good.

For mains, you get to choose from the following options:

yaki yasai moriawase / selection of vegetables from the robata
sake teriyaki / salmon fillet teriyaki with sansho salt
tai no miso-yaki / sea bream fillet, ryotei miso and red onion
kobuta no ribs yawaraka nikomiyaki / glazed baby back ribs with cashew nuts
hinadori no miso yaki / baby chicken, lemon, miso and garlic soy
gyuhireniku no pirikara yakiniku /beef sirloin, chilli and spring onion
kushi yaki moriawase / grilled skewer selection
kinoko no kamemeshi /mushroom hot pot

I wasn’t kidding when I said this menu is absolutely for the hungry.

And unlike those silly restaurants that give you meager portions for their special offers, Roka goes all out with their mains in full portions and full flavour. This, my friends, is such a bargain deal.

It was a no-brainer that we’d go for the carnivorous options. How could you say no to that spicy beef sirloin? Too good!

 

And Roka’s sticky barbecue ribs are so bang on. Some people may not appreciate how super sticky that sauce is, but man it’s so worth the bite!

The dessert platter is a feast for the sugar deprived.

 

Yoghurt parfait with a berry sorbet and some macerated strawbs. Deliciously light!
This happy Buddha has a sweet surprise for you…

 

His belly is filled with amazing mango compote that surprisingly works well with chocolate.

The Han Setto Brunch menu is available on Sundays at Roka Aldwych. Make sure to go with a huge appetite – or take me with you, I’ll bring enough for us! 😉

Roka Aldwych
71 Aldwych, London WC2B
Ave spend pp: £60
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16 Comments

  1. 20th November 2015 / 7:09 pm

    Oh my gosh this looks amazing!! I've never been to Roka but I desperately need to. Just look at that buddha, it looks awesome! x

    Jasmin Charlotte

    • 21st November 2015 / 11:19 am

      This would be a decent starter menu for first timers, actually. And you can order the signature black cod too! x

    • 22nd November 2015 / 7:08 pm

      It is! Hope you get to visit when you're back in London!

  2. 23rd November 2015 / 9:11 am

    I'm definitely going to make prioritising this a "must" over the next few weekends! x

  3. 23rd November 2015 / 1:54 pm

    Can't believe I still haven't taken advantage of this yet… it's SUCH amazing value! Gonna get a date in the diary ASAP. Lots of love, Andrea xxx

    Andrea's Passions

    • 23rd November 2015 / 2:07 pm

      Do it! Do it! Do it! And i miss your gorgeous face IRL. Let's do something soon x

  4. 27th November 2015 / 9:27 pm

    Oh wow, ginormous Japanese brunch where you get to have sashimi and the cutest li'l chocolate Buddha and a bacon/potato salad that's making me drool slightly…I've got to get in on this 🙂 xx

    Tamsin / A Certain Adventure

    • 29th November 2015 / 11:28 am

      If you do need a date I'll gladly come with! x

  5. 6th September 2016 / 5:55 pm

    Yay! Aldwych is my favourite of the ROKAs too. We have also recently updated our brunch offering, so a few new small dishes have found their way in there too [and did you know you are free to re-order the starting dishes throughout your sitting?!] 🙂 xx

    • Honey de Gracia
      6th September 2016 / 7:36 pm

      You are?!?!?! I didn’t know that! Awesome tip!!!

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