7 spots for perfect poke bowls
Ono Poké Eatery
This Jozi spot serves fantastic poke bowls. Build your own, or opt for the house choices, like the Yuzu Tun, with tuna, kiwi salsa, radish, avocado and gleaming black rice.
This Sandton eatery was an instant hit when it opened. They’ve a choice of three poke bowls, consisting of salmon alongside pickles, slaws, veggies and punchy dressings.
Jack Salmon Fish House
A very popular seafood restaurant with a Mediterranean feel, this Durban eatery’s prawn bowl is a recent addition to the menu, to the delight of local poke lovers.
This buzzing spot in Durban lets seafood lovers build their own colourful dishes with a base of tuna or salmon sashimi, tiger prawns and steamed mussels…
The first eatery to offer poke bowls in Cape Town, this spot remains a firm favourite – as does their no. 5 bowl with salmon, beets and ponzu dressing.
Manga in Cape Town is known for sea views, great sushi and now, poke bowls. They serve it with sriracha and raw tuna mixed with sushi rice, red onion, pickled ginger and avocado.
Three Wise Monkeys
It may be a ramen joint, but this eatery also offers bowls of diced tuna or salmon, a bed of sushi rice, and the likes of soy sauce, green onions and avocado.