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Address: 26 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3NZ

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7377 2152

Scandinavian smokehouse in Shoreditch.

Latest reviews of Rok Smokehouse and Bar

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Amol Rajan, The Independent

5 December 2015

There are four meat dishes, the most expensive being beef with birch syrup for £20. This is sensational: a pink, sweet, juicy rib-eye with lashings of succulent birch flavour on top. Even better is the duck with lingonberry jam (£16)…

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Grace Dent, Evening Standard

3 September 2015

Rök has revolutionised Nordic for me by serving me a delicious dinner, albeit a British-Nordic one. (…) An nduja-wrapped Scotch quail’s egg arrived with a dollop of Dijon mayonnaise. Cauliflower cheese appeared resembling a red velvet cake, sprinkled with beef dust and almonds…

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Nicola Arencibia, Time Out

27 August 2015

The food, with its powerfully flavoured meat cures, pickles and jams, is also vaguely Nordic in style, but centres on British produce, with the odd wild-card southern European ingredient. A single scallop, sizzling in the chilli-hot oil from Italian ’nduja sausage was bursting with fiery, sense-sharpening flavours – we could have gobbled up another 20…

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What the Critics say

amol_rajan

Amol Rajan, The Independent

5 December 2015

There are four meat dishes, the most expensive being beef with birch syrup for £20. This is sensational: a pink, sweet, juicy rib-eye with lashings of succulent birch flavour on top. Even better is the duck with lingonberry jam (£16)…

Read full review »
Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

3 September 2015

Rök has revolutionised Nordic for me by serving me a delicious dinner, albeit a British-Nordic one. (…) An nduja-wrapped Scotch quail’s egg arrived with a dollop of Dijon mayonnaise. Cauliflower cheese appeared resembling a red velvet cake, sprinkled with beef dust and almonds…

Read full review »
Time_out

Nicola Arencibia, Time Out

27 August 2015

The food, with its powerfully flavoured meat cures, pickles and jams, is also vaguely Nordic in style, but centres on British produce, with the odd wild-card southern European ingredient. A single scallop, sizzling in the chilli-hot oil from Italian ’nduja sausage was bursting with fiery, sense-sharpening flavours – we could have gobbled up another 20…

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