The Best Poke Bowl in Toronto
The best poke bowl in Toronto is a fetching alternative to more mundane salads. Brimming with marinated fish and seafood, bite-sized veggies, savoury sauces, and crisp garnishes, these meals deliver satisfaction in every mouthful.
Here is a list of the best poke bowl in Toronto.
At this casual spot on Elizabeth Street, you can order a signature bowl or opt to build your own with a base of white or brown rice, kale, or soba noodles. From there, go sweet, spicy, or savoury, with top-quality ingredients ranging from mango to kimchi to shiitake mushroom slaw. With honey ginger salmon and crab, pineapple and seaweed salad, the Aloha Bowl is a popular choice.
With four Toronto locations, this restaurant is easily accessible when poke cravings hit. Premium toppers include torched tuna, smoked tofu, and saikoro steak, with tantalizing sauces ranging from honey onion and spicy mango to truffle mayo. Care to amp up your bowl with fried wontons in lieu of the usual fruit and veg? You do you.
Sustainably-sourced, affordable and fresh, the bowls at the Queen West and Financial District locations of this small, stylish spot always satisfy. With vegan, keto and gluten-free options, there's something for everyone. Follow the crowd with the fan-favourite 420 Bowl, a meal layered with ahi and salmon poke, avocado, wakame salad, edamame, maui onion and sweet shoyu.
Eat in, get takeout, or order from this fresh-obsessed restaurant with locations in Yorkville and First Canadian Place. Experts at giving nutritious ingredients the sex appeal of less virtuous fast foods, the team crafts inventive bowls that look as good as they taste. With add-ins like sweet potato noodles, roasted paneer, and jalapeño salsa, you've never had poke quite like this.
This popular chain now includes four downtown locations — on Toronto Street, at Queen's Park, in Brookfield Place, and in the Richmond Adelaide Centre. Join lunchtime lineups for über-fresh unique offerings, all boasting an array of Hawaiian and Japanese ingredients. With smoked duck and shrimp, crispy onions, plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, and tamari glaze, the Ruffled Up is a creative alternative to classic bowls.
Bowls at this Summerhill spot deliver umami in spades. Build-your-own options begin with Japanese or purple rice, zucchini or kale noodles, then welcome marinated Oceanwise seafood, mix-ins, and a host of intriguing toppings. With a seemingly endless number of combinations, you could visit every day for a month and never get bored.
Those in the know won't let sushi burritos steal the spotlight from scrumptious poke bowls at this spot with several downtown locations. Go classic with the Miso Salmon bowl or progressive with a meal that combines spicy habanero chicken karaage with plenty of flavour enhancers, like sweet potato and crispy onions.
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