The top 3 poke restaurants in VancouverMarch 1, 2017
If you are looking for a healthy, protein-filled meal that you can customize with your own favorite sauces and seasonings, look no further – it’s time to place an order with a poke restaurant in Vancouver. With its raw fish, shellfish, fresh vegetables, tasty sauces and a carb of your choice, a poke bowl in Vancouver is the perfect blend of nutrients and taste. Here are some of foodora’s favorites:
Enjoy a seafood feast from Pacific Poke
Hawaiian food in Vancouver has never been hotter. Maybe it’s the rich protein content of a gourmet poke bowl or its wholesome mix of vegetables and seafood. Either way, places like Pacific Poke are among the city’s most exciting eateries. Based on Main Street, their chefs focus on quality – offering the finest, freshest BC seafood with heaps of lettuce, avocado, cucumber or beetroot. Whatever you feel the need to add to your salmon or tuna, there’s no better place to order your daily poke bowl. Go for spicy chef’s specials or build your own bowl, complete with a protein blast with ahi tuna, albacore or locally harvested crab.
Poke Time, a Vancouver favourite
At foodora, we are also raving about Poke Time, and have been for some time. Claiming to be the longest-standing poke restaurant in Vancouver, Poke Time crafts beautiful poke bowls with only the freshest ingredients. But it’s not all about chopsticks and bowls at this cheerful Robson Street eatery. If you need the healthiest possible lunchtime feast, their poke burritos are incredible as well, while their “Macho Nachos” are perfect for enjoying a hockey match with friends in the evening.
Get all the seafood you need at The Poke Shop
If you feel the urge to fill up on the freshest, most meticulously prepared seafood around, the Poke Shop is the place for you. Promising to create “a little Hawaii in downtown Vancouver”, that’s exactly what they achieve with their authentic, delicious mains. When you munch through their poke bowls and sip a cup of roasted macadamia milk tea, you feel like you could almost be on the slopes of Kauai, enjoying the tropical sunshine. Don’t miss the make your own poke bowl option available through delivery, which provides three big scoops of protein and a wide selection of toppings.
Hawaiian food in Vancouver: the ideal blend of nutrients and taste
Hawaiian food offers something for everyone. On one hand, poke bowls taste divine, with their fresh fish and fruity, spicy and savory toppings. On the other, they are incredibly healthy. Whether you are a sushi fan who wants something new, or a gym hound who needs a protein injection, order from the Poke Shop, Pacific Poke or Poke Time via foodora’s online menus.