Inspired by Japan's pop culture and fashion scene, Sake Rok offers an innovative menu of Japanese and Japanese-American fusion dishes.
Sake Rok's small plates include tuna tataki and crispy rice. Entrees include things like Rok Chicken with crispy bok choy, sweet potato puree and spicy teriyaki sauce, pan seared scallops and dry aged New York strip. There are a variety of sushi rolls available including the the 49th State Roll with king crab, cucumber, avocado and salmon; The Colorful Roll with spicy shrimp, cucumber, mango, avocado, mango salsa and tempura flakes; and the "Fancy" Wagyu Beef Maki Roll with asparagus, heart of palm and wasabi topped with a sherry reduction.
At night, Sake Rok transforms into a social dining extravaganza, giving guests an experience that's part culinary and part performance. An outlandish master of ceremonies keeps the energy flowing, while interactive servers doubling as entertainers invite guests to partake in restaurant-wide sake bombs, dance parties and lip-sync serenades.
In addition to the first floor bar, dining room and sushi bar, Sake Rok offers a mezzanine that overlooks the main dining room as well as a private event space, dubbed "Sakura Terrace at The Park," which seats 150 and opens up to a 1,300-square-foot balcony with sweeping views of T-Mobile Arena and the Las Vegas Strip.