Rokku Sushi Lounge and Bistro is the newest fusion restaurant to hit town. Situated in the heart of Phnom Penh’s lively central business district, Rokku splashes into the local food scene with a fresh twist by infusing Japanese and Western ingredients for original and delicious combinations.
Rokku’s impressive six-story glass building gives guests access to a birds-eye view of the city along with an exclusive VIP terrace perched at the rooftop. Each floor offers different entertainment options ranging from an open mic karaoke stage to a live band and DJ’s playing your favorite beats. Relaxed lounge seating at Rokku turns your dinner into a party and fully stocked bars are ready to serve up exotic cocktails at a moments’ notice.
Rokku Sushi Lounge and Bistro is located on the corner of Sisowath Quay and Suramarit Blvd near Nagaworld Resort. For more information, please contact email@example.com or call 070 999 100.
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