Dine On Food Cooked Over Hot Rocks at Rok Bistro
May 20, 2019 | sack
Inspired by a trip to Zimbabwe in the early 2000s, Rok Bistro owner Steve Wright brought with them the concept of cooking on sizzling hot rocks. After selling the equipment wholesale for some years, he opened his own steakhouse and fondue restaurant, Rok Bistro, on Murphy Avenue.
Rok Bistro has been such a success because the food is both distinctive and delicious. Regulars love the signature steaks, which include not just beef but also buffalo and other unique meats, as well as the seafood and grilled veggies. Fondue pots come in styles like the California Dreamin’, made up of pepper jack, parmesan, and white wine, and appetizers like the spinach artichoke dip also make for potent shareable dishes during happy hour. For a bit of both, check out the “Rok n Pot” combo. Best of all, though, regulars report that dining at Rok Bistro is more than just a meal, it’s a shared experience that teaches you about global dining.