Our client, ROBA Bar and Restaurant, which comes as an exciting new addition to the Paddington food scene, opens its doors at 34 Norfolk Place on Monday 11 April. The combination of modern food and stylish, yet relaxed, surroundings has been designed to appeal to locals, tourists and foodies alike, and is sure to be a great success.
As you might expect from a restaurant named after its signature piece of cooking equipment – the Robata Grill – the grill section of the menu is impressive. It includes 48-day aged sirloin and rib eye steaks, organic lamb chops, corn-fed chicken and grilled prawns. It also boasts ‘the ultimate beef burger’ which contains an 21 day aged Aberdeen Angus mince, mustard, smoked paprika and home-made ketchup patty, served on brioche with pickled cucumber, smoked Cheddar and streaky bacon and salad, to give London’s finest burger joints a run for their money.
Great for pre or post dinner drinks, the ROBA Bar is also a destination in its own right thanks to its great atmosphere and strong wine and cocktail list including The Roba, which is a medley of crushed fruit, Jägermeister, Crème de Fraise syrup and ginger beer.
Roba is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, coffees and teas, afternoon tea, drinks and dinner from Monday to Saturday 7am to 10.30pm and Sunday 7.30am to 10.30pm. Bookings are now being taken at http://robarestaurant.co.uk/book-a-table/ and 020 7262 3123.
As friends of Rochester, we would like to extend an invitation to Roba’s soft launch events on Thursday 14 and 15 April. Email [email protected] for a copy of the invitation and to be added to the gustiest.