Where To Get The Best Poke Vancouver Has To Offer

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best poke in vancouver

Now that summer is quickly approaching, we’re dreaming of vacation and tropical eats. That’s where poke comes in. The popular Hawaiian dish is a light and refreshing meal that will definitely hit the spot during the warmer months. Check out where to get the best poke in Vancouver.

More and more poke spots seem to keep popping up around the city, and we’re not complaining.

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Best Poke In Vancouver

The Poke Guy

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Spread a little “aloha” at this quaint eatery. Dig into awesome build-your-own poke bowls made with seafood or tofu. You can choose between the Lil Guy or the Big Guy depending on your hunger level. Or get their Hawaiian favourite, a bowl with minced sockeye belly, sweet onions and cilantro. Check it out at 420 Richards Street.

Pacific Poke

Build your own poke or try one of their creations. The Keefer is a big hit, with ahi tuna, ahi negitoro, avocado nori, fresh wasabi peas, organic seaweed salad, wasabi mayo, shoyu, yuzu & lime juice, herbs & sprouts. Give them a try at 625 Main Street, 2151 West 4th Ave, 1795 Robson Street, 1268 Commercial Drive or 730 West Broadway.

Pokerrito

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Get all the poke at this spot, whether you want a bowl, burrito or salad. Try the Hawaiian Classic, with marinated ahi tuna, classic shoyu, green onions, sprouts, pineapples and mixed nuts. Get your fix at 558 Dunsmuir Street, 991 Hornby Street or 1668 Robson Street. You won’t leave here hungry!

Hooked Poke Bar

Build your own or try one of their awesome bowls. Their Twin Dragon is to die for, with ahi tuna, Atlantic salmon, avocado, serrano peppers, red chili, pickled ginger and sambal mayo. Their Citrus Salmon and Veggie bowls are also a big hit. The vegetarian option has yams, sweet ponzu, avocado, edamame and jalapenos. Stop by 995 Hornby Street to try it.

Poke Time

It’s always poke time. Choose your own base, protein, mixers, sauces, toppings and premium garnishes. They offer: salmon, shrimp, albacore tuna, chicken, tofu and scallops (just to name a few). Head over to this spot located at 150 – 840 Howe Street.

The Hoke Poke

Do the hoke poke at this counter-service spot, with customizable bowls. They have ahi tuna, shrimp, scallops, tofu, sockeye salmon and spicy tuna. Kick it up a notch with a variety of toppings, like sriracha aioli, sweet shoyu, chipotle and yuzu ponzu. Find it at 1834 West 4th Avenue.

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