London’s poké trend really took off in 2016, with Ahi Poké, Tombo Poké & Matcha Bar and Black Roe Poké Bar & Grill all opening within months of each other. Island Poké in Soho was also part of this bowl-food collective, and now it’s got a City sibling. The restaurant’s star serve of Hawaiian bowls of raw fish is highly healthy, low in carbs and seemingly big business. This eat-in and takeaway in Broadgate Circle is open from breakfast through to dinner, seven days a week. Serving up authentic dishes from the Pacific, diners can chow down on acai bowls for breakfast, while later in the day sees more substantial bites including new additions such as poké nachos and poké tacos. You can also engage in a bit of DIY, with a build-your-own bowl option available.
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