Sassy’s Favourite Poké Bowls in Hong Kong

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Located just minutes from the Sassy office in Sheung Wan, Pokéworld has well and truly stolen our hearts with its classic offerings: super fresh fish and generous portions. This place is a winner in our eyes.

For something a little different to your normal poké bowl, opt for a Pokiritto – all the goodness of a bowl, transformed into a fully-loaded, seaweed wrap!

Pokéworld, 8 Hillier Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong,

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If you’re  on the eastern side of HK, you’re in luck! This poké joint’s cool new look, modern flavour combos, and friendly service make it a must-try when hunger strikes.

With a substantial menu, there’s sure to be something for everyone’s taste (just make sure to try their signature runny yolk egg!).

Read more: Aloha: Modern Poke in Quarry Bay

Aloha, 20 Hoi Kwong Street, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong,

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One of the first to hit the HK poké scene, Pololi will always be a favourite with die-hard fans.

Known for its more traditional style poké, compared to some places around town, Pololi marinates all of its fish to ensure that its bowls are full of flavour. Don’t forget that it also offers 20% off all beers on Fridays, with its #TikiTime deals!

Read more: That Girl: Stephanie Kudus, Founder of Pololi

Pololi, 35 – 39 Graham Street, Central, Hong Kong,

Pololi, 4 Swatow Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong,

Pololi, 313 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong,

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The Poké Co

The Poké Co sets itself apart from others by offering up a couple of different bases to the usual salad and rice mix. With zoodles, buckwheat noodles and a kale salad on the menu, there are endless ways to customise any bowl to suit your liking.

Going one step further, The Poké Co also serve up smoked chicken, along with its fish and vegan friendly options!

The Poké Co, Shop 2, Landale Street
Wan Chai, Hong Kong,

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