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Aloha To Flava! 3 Top-Notch Places To Try Hawaiian Pokē In London

Georgie Jones Georgie Jones

Aloha To Flava! 3 Top-Notch Places To Try Hawaiian Pokē In London

And by Pokē we mean the Hawaiian dish of diced fish, meat or veg – not the Hokey Pokey dance. (You may know this dance as the Hokey Cokey. There has been an ongoing dispute about the correct name and origins of the much-loved song of our childhood in the Secret London HQ.) Back to the Pokē…

 

1. Black Roe, Mayfair

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Black Roe, the newest Hawaiian haunt to land in Mayfair, is the perfect place for explorative foodies to have a first taste of Poke. The vast selection of Poke dishes and appetisers means that they’re perfect for sharing if you want to try a bit of everything. We’d definitely recommend giving the Classic Ahi Poke (Tuna marinated in roasted sesame soy) a try, as well as the succulent Beef Poke. The Lobster and Crab Pot Stickers also make a fantastic side dish to nibble to start. Although there’s a strong lean towards fish dishes on the menu, the Bison Rib Eye Steak is to die for. It’s served with a uniquely moreish uzu soy Hollandaise sauce.

4 Mill St, W1S 2AX

 

2. POND, Dalston

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POND in Dalston are bringing Hawaiian vibes, food and cocktails to a hidden, old Victorian warehouse in North East London . They’ve got an entire menu dedicated to Poke. Choose between beef, tuna, raw fish and a sweet potato option for veggie lovers. The food is as fresh as it comes and served up in a variety of salads, tortillas and crispy rice crackers.

3 Gillett St, N16 8JH

 

3. Eat Poke @ KERB

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The guys at Eat Poke are bringing the traditional Hawaiian dish in all its huge variety to London’s favourite foodie markets. They currently have pop-up stalls located at both KERB and Street Feast LDN. Pictured above are their delicious Ahi Poke Boats – an absolute treat to the tastebuds and not to be missed. Find out more about London’s food markets of the moment here.

Featured Image credit: Eat Poke