Honi Poke announce Leeds opening date and you can get your first taste for just £1

That’s lunch sorted.

The popular Hawaii-inspired poke bowl eatery is opening inside Trinity Leeds.

Serving up fresh, nutritious and fully customisable poke bowls – your newest lunchtime spot is touching down in the city centre.

And you don’t have to wait long, as Honi Poke has announced they’ll be opening their doors on Albion Street next Tuesday 4 June.

To celebrate their highly anticipated opening, they’ll be serving poke bowls for just £1 all day long.

But what is a poke bowl you may ask? Well, allow us to fill you in.

Poke, meaning ‘to slice or cut’ in Hawaiian refers to chunks of fresh, raw fish which is tossed over sticky rice and vegetables and topped with umami-packed sauces. Delicious.

If you’re new to the world of poke bowls (which you soon won’t be), these pacific delights are fully customisable and you can choose from a variety of options like tuna, salmon, hamachi, octopus or even tofu.

Honi Poke pride themselves on using the best ingredients, using responsibly sourced and sustainably caught fish which will transport you immediately to the island of Hawaii.

Either take your bowl away with you or sit and eat in, but don’t forget to wash it down with one of their iconic bubble teas.

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Speaking about the opening, they said: “At Honi Poke, we put a lot of pride in our bowls and we’re passionate about using the best quality, most wholesome, mindful and uncompromising ingredients we can get a hold of. We only use sustainable, sashimi-grade raw fish, premium Japanese rice and the very best quality fruit and veg.”

So if you fancy yourself a £1 lunch, then you best be quick because the offer is only valid whilst stocks last.

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