Poke House is a well-known Londoner’s go-to – whether it be lunch, dinner or a quick snack.

And much to my delight, a new branch has opened, this time in Maddox Street which isn’t far from the shopping hub that is Oxford Street.

It’s in a great location for a quiet bite before or after some shopping, and it’s also perfect for that working lunch.

The new restaurant is pinker, fresher and better than before, and it’s home to the same wide-ranging array of colourful ingredients as the other Poke Houses are.

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It’s open from 11am until 9pm every day too which is great.

I nipped in for a bite to eat after work mid-week, which worked perfectly for a quick in-and-out.

I met my boyfriend there, just a walk away from Bond Street station, and after some brief after work shopping.

Darren was the Poke House member of staff and he was so helpful, giving us recommendations from the menu of both the house favourites and what works best together for a make your own bowl.

He made our bowls perfectly, generously and was really friendly as he did so.

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My boyfriend got the spicy tuna, and I did a make your own salmon bowl.

There are so many ingredients to choose from – and I picked avocado, mango, rice, spinach, tomato, courgette, corn and avocado cream with sesame seeds on top.

It was really clean and nice to eat in the restaurant, and it was quick and easy for a week night bite to eat.

I’d go back to that restaurant and the others, and even better Poke House is on Deliveroo for the same enjoyment but at home.

To celebrate the holiday season, Poke House has unveiled its new Christmas menu, breaking festive tradition and pairing some of our favourite British festive foods with healthy, Hawaiian poke.

The new Roast Beef house bowl pairs perfectly cooked beef with poke items including brown rice, cherry tomatoes, avocado, feta cheese and aromatic herb oil.

The Warm Bowl lineup turns up the heat whilst keeping things healthy with the addition of warm, roasted items, including; Roasted Salmon Fillet, Roast Sweet Potato and hot Courgettes with Parsley.

The festive menu has also taken inspiration from a British Christmas party favourite, the prawn cocktail.

The new King Prawn House Bowl gives it a healthy Hawaiian twist with king prawns combined with items including mango, cucumber, tomatoes, white sushi rice and a special sauce.

Go, go, go!