It’s been a few years since I’ve been to Rock-n-Sake. I went years ago and loved it, but after moving out of the city for a few years, I hadn’t had the chance to try it again until recently. The feel is still very warehouse-y modern with some techno-y club music in the background. It can be loud at times, but I didn’t mind the hustle and bustle on a night out with friends.
Pork Belly Lettuce Rolls. Grilled Pork Belly. Carrots. Butter Lettuce. Hoisin Cilatro Glaze.
NEW! Sautéed Shishito Peppers.
Tuna Ceviche. Fresh Tuna. Lemon and Lime. Sriracha. Ponzu. Green Onion.
Beef and Asparagus Maki. Asparagus. Thinly Sliced Ribeye. Teriyaki Sauce. Sizzling Platter.
Killer Scallops. Sea Scallops. Garlic Butter Sauce.
My friends and I initially came for Happy Hour, but unfortunately it’s only on Tuesdays. No biggie, but we were disappointed since happy hour is what drew us there. The really good food made up for it. My favs were the Baked Salmon, Tuna Ceviche, and the Killer Scallops. The Baked Salmon was cooked so perfectly! Other restaurants tend to overcook the Salmon Roll and it comes out dry but this was perfection Rock-n-Sake! Tuna Ceviche was awesome. Wish I didn’t have to share. The Killer Scallops were good BUT a bit pricey for only 4 scallops. Be sure to check pricing without your waitress because it’s listed as Market Price on the menu.
Ordered: Baked Salmon. Red Dragon Roll, Tuna Ceviche, Beef and Asparagus Maki, Killer Scallops, Simple & Spicy Hamachi, Shishito Peppers.
LOVED: Baked Salmon. Tuna Ceviche. Killer Scallops. That’s a lot of favs considering how many items we ordered…and they were all so delicious.
What NOT TO LOVE: Happy Hour on www.thehappyhourfinder.com is not honored here even though it’s listed. Happy Hour is only on TGITuesdays for the roll of the month as well as 1/2 priced wine and liquor. Can be noisy here at times especially on the weekends.