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UK’s first vegan poke bar opens in Bournemouth

The UK’s first vegan poke bar has opened today as a street food truck in Bournemouth. Starting off small, the new foodie spot is located in the car park of successful vegan junk food restaurant Plant Hustlers.

Hoke Poke is on a mission to prove that plant-based food is anything but bland, with a vibrant selection of vegan seafood alternatives. Their health-focused poke bowls will feature plant-based salmon, prawn, tuna and chicken, opening consumers up to a new world of vegan alternatives.

On the menu are exciting Ahi Bowls including Katsu Chicken and Korean BBQ Chicken. Fancy a bit on the side? You can also order delicious sides such as Crispy Prawns, Oriental Chicken Goujons and Seaweed Salad.

‘Repopulating our oceans’

“With the plant-based market focusing quite heavily on meat alternatives I wanted to create something new and unique. With the rise of new Poke restaurants/business especially in London, I wanted to bring something new to the table and launch a fully plant-based version using only the best plant-based alternatives.

“It is also very important to me to raise awareness about the harm mass fishing is causing to the sea and the environment, and how choosing plant-based seafood alternatives is a small step we can take in repopulating our oceans.”

Vegan Bournemouth

The beautiful south-west coastal town of Bournemouth might be known for its seafood, but in recent years it has become a popular spot for vegans. What’s not to love about sandy beaches, sea air and some plant-based grub?

If you’re looking to visit we have a great vegan guide to Bournemouth for you, with all the best eateries around the seaside town. From creamy gelato to a vegan full English, we’ve got you covered!

Want to try making your own vegan fish? Read our round-up of the best vegan fish recipes that taste like the real thing 


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