About us

Honi Poke

since 2017.

Great taste is the name of our game, and the philosophy is simple: good food starts with good ingredients. It doesn't hurt that our recipes rock too.
We believe in the restorative power of healthy, fresh and tasty food. At Honi Poke, we've made it our mission to boost wellbeing by bringing sunshine, food love and full-on pacific Hawaiian flavours to our customers. In a way that is convenient, healthy and delightfully delicious. So far, so tasty.
It's simply Pokelicious!

OUR STORY

Our Hawaiian journey began in 2017 when we decided to ride the poke wave that had swept through NY and LA all the way to London.
We'd been doing street food at different markets around London for a few years and were on a quest for a cuisine that was authentic, clean, healthy tasting - with a beautiful heritage.
We came across poke at a simple Hawaiian beach shack and were completely blown away by the fresh and punchy flavours, and the wholesome ingredients. It was love at first bite! Together with our friend Richard de la Cruz, former development chef for Coya London and Arros QD, we started experimenting with different recipes.
The rest is history. A very tasty one.

SUSTAINABILITY

Nature is the heart of Hawaiian culture. They call themselves Na Keiki O Ka Aina - The children of the land.
At Honi Poke, we believe food should strive to be as sustainable as it is satisfying, and we work hard to make our environmental impact as small as possible.
That's why we only use British chicken and responsibly sourced and sustainably caught fish, like Scottish salmon and line caught Yellowfin tuna and why we get all our packaging from a company that makes innovative and compostable containers using pulp from fibres of plant origin (natural materials that are both abundant and renewable).
And because we don't have any pre-prepared food and every bowl is made-to-oder, our restaurants have close to 0% waste.

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