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Poké and bubble tea fans now have a new spot to try in Port Coquitlam

There's a new poké and bubble tea restaurant at Shaughnessy Station in Port Coquitlam, offering poké bowls in different sizes as well as mac and cheese, hot drinks, blended drinks and bubble tea.

Diners seeking fresh-tasting poké bowls or a creamy bubble tea have a new place to visit in Port Coquitlam.

After a soft opening last month, Ninja Bubble Tea and Poké is now fully open at Shaughnessy Station (#2119–2850 Shaughnessy St.).

The local business got its start in Coquitlam, on Glen Drive in 2013, and now has a restaurants in New Westminster and Surrey in addition to the new PoCo joint.

At Ninja Bubble Tea and Poké, patrons can build their own bowls, offered in different sizes, or try an Aloha Bowl with ahi tuna, Aloha dressing, diced ginger and diced Maui onion.

A Philippine style bowl, Mabuhay is also on offer, which includes tuna kilawin with fresh Thai chillies, diced Ginger and diced Maui onion.

A range of bubble tea flavours, hot drinks and blended drinks is also available, according to the online menu, as well as homemade mac and cheese.

What is poké?

Poké (which rhymes with OK) is a hearty meal, featuring chopped up and marinated protein, usually seafood, with a variety of vegetables, rice, and sauces.

The word poke means "chunk" in Hawaiian and poké is believed to originate in the Hawaiian islands.


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