Ottawa's first poké bowl restaurant is finally opening in late August, and we're ready to jump on this casino madame chance trend.
If you can't afford a trip to Hawaii, this place has got you covered.
Don't forget the seaweed, though.
Don't worry, they also sell delicious acai bowls that are organic and so fresh.Related: Enjoy A Smoothie Bowl At Raw Pulp And Grind.For more info or to look at their absolutely delicious menu and to see when they are opening their doors, check out their website here.They have spicy versions, vegan versions, and gluten free versions.I kenoa beach told you you'd feel like you transported to Hawaii!Very filling, and only.If you enjoy sushi or are looking for sushi flavors without the seaweed, poke is a dish you need to try.If you've never heard of poké bowls, it's basically a sushi roll made into a bowl.The fresh, raw bowl was packed with flavor due to the spicy mayo and pickled vegetables.
Poke bowls are.95, and you can either select a signature bowl or make your own bowl for the same price.
First time visitor, I had the hawaiian poke bowl with avacodo and an iced tea that they make in house.
Ottawa is a little behind on the trends, we know.
More of a sweet than salty person?
Paradise Poké is making all of our foodie dreams come true.
Poke, a traditional Hawaiian dish that highlights the islands fresh fish by serving it raw on top of a bowl of rice is similar to a Japanese sushi.
Read more: 10 Crazy Caesars You Can Get In Ottawa.Poke, which means cut piece or sliced in Polynesian is most commonly made to feature small pieced of raw tuna.Open Monday to Saturday 11am 5pm this lunch spot is perfect for vegans, or health conscious dinners looking for a quick lunch or to eat solo.Any type of protein (people usually go for tuna you can add rice or zucchini noodles, and it's garnished with ginger or honestly, anything you want!Via @paradisepokeottawa, paradise Poké is located at 134 Bank Street.The small restaurant is just a long hallway, with a single long bench on one side of the restaurant with small tables and the counter directly across where you order your food.Last year the poke trend made its way to Ottawa.