Cuisine: American, California, Hawaiian, Vegetarian
It's arrived and with a big wave of Allooohhhaaa! The poke bowl craze has hit Parisian shores, if only on the banks of the Seine. This past year has seen rice bowl shops open up and many are good, but... Read More
It's arrived and with a big wave of Allooohhhaaa! The poke bowl craze has hit Parisian shores, if only on the banks of the Seine. This past year has seen rice bowl shops open up and many are good, but this one is super strategic for its location (just a stone's throw from the Louvre) and for its variety of toppings. First you start with white, brown or black rice. Next you top that off with an array of toppings of your choosing, each healthier than the last. So, if you have a taste for fish for this meal, choose salmon or ahi tuna. More into fowl now? Add a generous helping of cooked and diced chicken breast. All of this can get topped off with edamame, pineapple, avocado, green onion, nuts and seeds, etc. There are about 40 toppings to choose from. All freshly replaced throughout the day.
- Lunch: "Here the restaurant owners clearly wanted to bring back something of Hawaii with them, in addition to the poke bowl concept. Part surf shack, part chic Parisian bistro, this quick-eats restaurant is so close to the Louvre, all you have to do is cross the street. The fixings are fresh and offer diverse, plentiful choices. Whether you are health conscious or not, this offers a delicious option for lunch or light dinner. The eatery is light and airy and art filled."
- Best for Lunch Because: The young entrepreneurs behind this restaurant have taken the best of the Poke Bowl trend and infused Paris into it.