Launching on the 7th of March, the site is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner from Monday to Friday.
Honi Poké menu will include four protein-filled bowls from De La Cruz come with a choice of flame-torched octopus, tuna, salmon, teriyaki chicken and tofu; paired with sushi rice, brown rice, or veg slaw and a house-made, gluten-free sauce. Honi Poké founder Vladimir Martynov and executive chef Richard De La Cruz said they have developed the menu to eat-in or take-away.
Alternatively, diners can customise their bowls with additional servings of protein and ingredients such as salty mango, sunomono cucumber and nori seaweed, from £7 per bowl.
For breakfast, fresh house smoothies and coffees are served from 7:30am alongside South American tapioca bread made with cheese and gluten-free flour; and scrambled or poached eggs on toast with cream cheese and avocado, or smoked salmon and dill.
Vladimir Martynov said, “Since opening our debut site on Soho’s Dean Street this time last year, we have developed a fantastic following and are incredibly excited to take the next step on our journey. Fenchurch is a much larger site, allowing us to trial breakfast and serve alcohol to the city crowd on our doorstep.”
The 65-cover, 2,150 square feet light and contemporary space features a first floor mezzanine, a counter bar, and table tops made from BauBuche wood. Mint green pendant lighting and colourful neon signage also reflect and complement the vibrant poké bowls.
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