where to go now: Poke House

AFTER opening its first house in the UK last month, Europe’s biggest poke bowl chain Poke House has today opened four new restaurant sites in London’s Spitalfields, Victoria, Canary Wharf and Bloomberg Arcade.

The internationally renowned poke bowl chain, which has amassed fans across Europe including Italy, France, Spain and Portugal, has landed in London. 15 restaurants are planned in the capital with 65 across the UK allowing Brits to experience Poke House’s notorious Californian soul and Hawaiian taste.  



Each of the four new houses transports guests to California for an endless Summer, courtesy of a multisensory experience. Every instagrammable UK House is filled with Cali-House music, exotic pastel décor, San Diego art, cacti, LA street art neon lights and importantly fresh, healthy, vibrant food.

In true Cali-style, Poke House offers an all-day option for everyone from early risers wanting to kick start the day with good vibes, to those who want to chill out post-work with a drink. It’s not just poke bowls on offer, the menu covers the whole day, from a light pre-work out snack to a healthy lunch break and a tasty dinner with friends. 

It’s not just the Californian look and feel that make Poke House stand out from the crowd; it’s also the Hawaiian taste, which has captured hearts and taste buds across Europe. 


The ever-evolving menu includes a core range of House Specials selected by public demand including Sunny Salmon, Spicy Tuna and Vegan Bowl. Dressings are created in-house from a closely guarded secret recipe and every bowl is made with the freshest ingredients, with all greens and fruit and veg (from avocados to mango) delivered daily from local and trusted suppliers.


UK House Specials include:

Sunny Salmon: Sushi White Rice, Juicy Salmon, Fresh Avocado, Edamame, Red Cabbage, Special Dressing, Avocado Cream, Sesame Seeds


Spicy Tuna: Sushi White Rice, Tuna, Goma Wakame, Red Cabbage, Carrot, Cucumber, Spicy Peanut Dressing, Ponzu Dressing, Jalapeño, Crispy Onion, Tobiko, Sesame Seeds


House Chicken: Sushi White Rice, Teriyaki & Ginger Chicken, Courgette, Cherry Tomatoes, Red Cabbage, Teriyaki Sauce, Spicy Mayo, Spring Onion, Crushed Almonds, Sesame Seeds


House Vegan: Tricolour Quinoa and Kale, THIS isn’t chicken (Vegan), Carrot, Chickpeas, Fresh Avocado, Teriyaki Dressing, Crushed Almonds, Sesame Seeds


Heat Wave: Tricolour Quinoa, Juicy Salmon, Fresh Avocado, Cucumber, Red Onion, Spicy Mayo, Coriander, Sesame Seeds


Customers are at the heart of everything that Poke House does, so bowls can be easily customised to suit any taste, with over one million combinations available. Among the House Specials, customers can also have fun making their own recipe to experience new, mind-blowing combinations, now with more protein than ever (80 grams for regular size and 120 grams for large), being amongst the most generous in the poke cuisine market.  



Poke House takes inspiration from each house location and community, with a unique logo that represents the area’s heritage.

With Canary Wharf being one of the world’s busiest shipping ports in the 18th century, the Canary Wharf house sees the Poke House fish donning a traditional top hat, whilst at Spitalfields House it rocks a handlebar moustache – a nod to trendy Spitalfields market dating back to 1689. 

 Famous for its theaters and travel connections, the Victoria House logo features the Victoria coach house and at Bloomberg Arcade the neon art represents the rapid change of the stock exchange within the Bloomberg district.

See the full menu HERE.


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