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7 Places to Get Poké in Vancouver

Poké is a Hawaiian dish that combines raw fish salad with fresh vegetables and Japanese flavours. It’s healthy, fast, flavourful and the latest food trend to sweep across Vancouver.
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PokerritoPoké is a Hawaiian dish that combines raw fish salad with fresh vegetables and Japanese flavours. It’s healthy, fast, flavourful and the latest food trend to sweep across Vancouver. Be sure to grab a bowl next time you’re near one of these seven spots. Aloha!

1. The Poke Guy

Poke GuyCanada’s first (and only) Poké shop to have officially partnered with Oceanwise. The quality of their fish is fantastic, but be sure to go early, they close shop whenever they run out to ensure their fish is always as fresh as can be.

The Poke Guy

420 Richards St, Vancouver, BC

2. Pacific Poke

Pacific Poke

Clean, wholesome and full of flavour! Pacific Poke has a ton of topping options, “poke panini’s” and house made iced tea.

Pacific Poke

625 Main St, Vancouver, BC

3. Pokérrito

Pokerrito - 2Everything you could want from a poké spot annnnnd Pokérrito’s! Imagine your favourite sushi roll in burrito form. WANT.

Pokérrito

558 Dunsmuir St, Vancouver, BC

4. The Poke Shop

The Poke ShopA little taste of Hawaii in Gastown! Fresh fish options as well as organic oven roasted chicken. If you’re trying to avoid carbs, go for their zoodles (zucchini noodles).

The Poke Shop

306 Water St #2, Vancouver, BC

5. Poké Time

Poke TimeVancouver’s first poke shop. Their signature dish? Poké nachos!

Poké Time

1258 Robson St, Vancouver, BC

6. Poke Corner

Poke CornerPoke Corner offers snack, regular and large sizes, so you can eat poké anytime of day.

Poke Corner

1509 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC

7. Hooked Poke Bar

Hooked Poke BarTheir signature sauces include classic shoyu, spicy sambal mayo, sweet ponzu, yuzu ponzu and spicy ponzu and they’re all gluten free!

Hooked Poke Bar

995 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC