Soko Rooftop

Fortitude Valley

SOKO Rooftop is an Amazonian jungle-inspired rooftop bar and Peruvian-Japanese restaurant perched atop the stunning glass tower which soars above the historic Jubilee Hotel in Fortitude Valley.

Soko Rooftop Fortitude Valley

The original heritage-listed hotel has been merged seamlessly with the impressive architecturally designed tower to create a contemporary-meets-vintage playground named Jubilee Place, incorporating a massive indoor beer garden and brewpub, whilst preserving the original rooms of the landmark 19th century hotel.

Soko Rooftop Bar

Entry to the rooftop is via Symes St*, where an an elevator whisks you up to the 16th floor and sweeping 180 degree views of Brisbane City, the Valley and across to Mt Coot-tha.

Soko Rooftop Fortitude Valley

Take a seat on the spacious terrace amongst the garden beds of trees and statues and take in the spectacular views with a house cocktail or wine or head inside to the greenhouse style dining pavilion with soaring ceilings, hanging plants, pendant lighting and green velvet chairs and partake in the Peruvian-Japanese menu.

Soko Rooftop Fortitude Valley

On the menu are small plates such as Choritos a La Chalaca (shellfish, pico de Galla Peruvian salsa); Yuquitas Fritas (cassava grilled on butter, garlic salsa, huancaina salsa & pesto); Conchitas a la parmesan (hand-dived scallops, shaved parmesan, garlic & butter) and Tiradito de Aji Amarillo (Kingfish with “chef aji Amarillo salsa”, yellow chilli, lime, coriander, salt, white pepper & charred corn).

Soko Rooftop Fortitude Valley

A selection of ceviche includes Ceviche Lima, which is actually a liquefied ceviche served in a small shot glass, Cocktail de Camerones ( marinated prawns, Peruvian & Japanese special tomato based sauce, onion, coriander, avocado) and, for those who can't decide, a plate of signature ceviches.

Soko Rooftop Fortitude Valley

There's also a choice of teriyaki chicken or pork katsu bao buns; yakitori (including red snapper & yuzu salsa; Genghis chicken yakitori and shiitake mushroom) and sushi rolls including soft shell crab, wagyu tataki, salmon volcano or yellowtail & jalapeno.

Soko Rooftop Fortitude Valley

Mains, also designed to share, include ‘O’ Lomito al Jugo (Peruvian sauteed wagyu beef, white wine, soy sauce, tomatoes, onions, yellow chilli, spring onion, coriander), 'O' Toromi Chicken (lacquer grilled corn-fed chicken with scarlet honey-sansho pepper soy) and Yuzu-Saikyo Miso Black Cod (grilled yuzu-saikyo miso marinated black cod).

Soko Rooftop Fortitude Valley

The wine and sake lists have been specially curated to accompany the food, while the cocktail menu features a range of more than 40 pisco sours, offering a contemporary twist on traditional flavours with an emphasis on saké and yuzu.

Soko Rooftop Fortitude Valley

Need to know - To access SOKO Rooftop, enter via Symes St main entrance or alternatively via St Paul's Terrace, where there are escalators up to the next floor (the elevators at this level do not go to SOKO). Here you'll find the lifts which take you up to the 16th floor.

Soko Rooftop

14/7 Symes St

Fortitude Valley

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