Just Eat has announced that Ireland’s first Poké Bowls are now available to order from Klaw Poké on Capel Street and Third Space on Aungier Street. The Poké Bowl is the latest food trend coming out of California, where they even have an I Love Poké festival each year where chefs compete to have their Poké Bowls crowned the best.
Traditional Poké Bowls are often referred to as a deconstructed sushi roll made with marinated raw tuna, salmon or other seafood chopped and tossed through seaweed and ground nuts, served with rice and colourful salad.
While Poké Bowls have taken cities like LA, New York, London and Sydney by storm recently, the Japanese-inspired dish has been hugely popular in the Aloha State for centuries.
Amanda Roche Kelly, Managing Director, Just Eat Ireland said: “Recent data from Just Eat showed that demand for Japanese food continued to increase in the second quarter of this year, with the demand for the cuisine paving the way for Poké Bowls. We are therefore delighted they are now available on Just Eat through our restaurant partners Klaw Poké and Third Space. The unique and delicious Poké’s are a fantastic healthy midweek lunchtime option for anyone looking to try something new.”