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A bowl of fresh shrimp-flavoured rice chips welcomes you while you make your difficult choice of food types. The slew of tapas dishes includes salmon ceviche tacos served with a delicious combo sauce of plum, teriyaki and wasabi, as well as the hotter, spicier Korean fried chicken wings. Soko offers skewers of meat, seafood, chicken, tofu or shiitake mushrooms, grilled with a variety of sauces ranging from green basil and mint for the lamb to a spicy fried onion, teriyaki and togarashi marinade for the beef sirloin.
Try the fluffy bao buns with their range of fillings, a Momo bowl of spicy noodles (with a chilli icon guide), or a poke bowl filled to the brim with an interesting assortment of fresh ingredients and perked up with dressings such as chilli soy, wasabi yuzu vinaigrette, or ginger scallion drizzle.
Yuzu is also on the dessert list in the form of a citrus tart, or choose to indulge in deep-fried buns dunked in a sticky salted caramel sauce.
There’s no alcohol on the menu but you can choose from a selection of very different oriental teas, such as popcorn tea (actually roasted rice and genmaicha), or intriguing and unusual soft drinks such as Turkish delight lemonade or lemongrass yuzu ginger beer.
Friendly and helpful.
It’s located on a breezy corner overlooking the road (with a phalanx of outdoor heaters ready for cold days) in the retail precinct of a modern office block. Food is well presented using stylish designer crockery, but the décor is pared down – a long counter, some decorative wooden slats and cherry blossom wall art, with spartan tables and plastic chairs.
A healthy workday lunch break with colleagues, a pick-me-up snack or a shared tapas spread for a group of friends before clubbing.
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