Le Poké Bar opens first restaurant in the province of Quebec dedicated exclusively to poke
MONTREAL, June 1, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - Le Poké Bar, located at 2153 Crescent Street, is the first restaurant in Montreal and the province of Quebec to offer a poke exclusive menu.
Poke is traditionally a raw fish salad cut into small chunks and marinated, served as an appetizer, seen in Hawaiian cuisine. Poke can also be made with different types of fish, shrimp, chicken or tofu, and has grown to be a popular dish in all of North America.
"Our goal is to make sure everyone who comes in leaves with the perfect poke experience," said Allen Mouradian, Owner of Le Poké Bar. "With endless choices of sauces, fish, seafood and toppings, each bowl is personalized and made to accommodate every palate."
Le Poké Bar focuses on quality and daily freshness of ingredients. Clients can choose from signature dishes, such as the Mahalo bowl made with tuna, or the Shaka Bowl, for shrimp lovers. Every dish can be modified to satisfy different tastes, or bowls can be built for the ultimate customized experience.
"I fell in love with the dish when I was travelling in Hawaii," continued Mouradian, "and although it's a favoured dish in many parts of the world, we are the first restaurant in Quebec to serve it exclusively. The quality ingredients, taste and concept of this dish could very well make it the next sushi, popularized over time. "
Discover this new trending dish in the heart of downtown Montreal on Crescent Street.
About Le Poké Bar:
Of all five human senses, taste is our favorite. Le Poké Bar understands that no two taste buds are the same, which is why we have created the perfect place to indulge in a fresh delicious meal, the way you want to eat it. Open in May 2016, and located in Montreal, Le Poké Bar is the first restaurant in Quebec to serve poke exclusively. Le Poké Bar offers customizable bowls made from fresh, quality ingredients, modified individually for each customer.
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