Kuromaku Poké is the first Hawaiian restaurant in Cologne and enchants the people with a new eating culture. According to legend, Poké, the national dish in Hawaii, was invented by fishermen who conquered the sea with this fortifying meal. Japanese and American cuisine also had their influences on the healthy Poké Bowl, adding non-traditional fish such as salmon and avocado.
But what is Poké? This ancient Hawaiian dish typically consists of cubed ahi tuna over sushi rice, with fresh vegetables, soy sauce with a scattering of sesame on the top. A Poké Bowl is a delicious mix of natural ingredients and also looks beautifully colourful - perfect for Instagram, and suitable for healthy and raw-food fanatics. At Kuromaku Poké, only regional products come into the bowls. Kuromaku’s menu also includes ramen soups and sushirritos (sushi rolled into a tasty burrito).
Kuromaku Poké is a sweet little restaurant with a design as colourful and cheerful as poke itself. It’s becoming more and more popular across Cologne and so it’s wise to reserve your table at Kuromaku Poké with DiscoEat now - secure your seat and discount if you want to eat healthy with your loved ones here!
- Hawaiian Poké Bowls
- Healthy cuisine
- Near U Rudolfplatz
Tuesday: 12:00-22:30 Wednesday: 12:00-22:30 Thursday: 12:00-22:30 Friday: 12:00-22:30 Saturday: 12:00-22:30 Sunday: 12:00-22:30
Address and Map
Aachener Str. 38, Neustadt - Süd, 50674 Cologne, Get directions