The Poke Co. – Claremont: Bowls of Goodness in the Southern Suburbs

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The Poke Co. - Claremont

The Poke Co. has recently opened its fourth store in Claremont, offering its famous poke bowls to the Southern Suburbs community. Despite opening during the Covid-19 pandemic, the store’s founder, Andrew Flanagan, believes that its location in a residential and retail area makes it perfectly positioned to service the surrounding corporate lunch trade.

Venue and Menu

The venue boasts a pale pink palette with contemporary finishes that give off a subtle surf aesthetic, making you feel like you’re on a tropical holiday. The menu features nine signature bowls, with the Windward being a favorite. Customers also have the option to build their own bowls in a few easy steps.

The breakfast options at The Poke Co. are not to be missed either. They look, sound and taste like dessert, with Apple Crumble Oats and Strawberries-and-Cream Chia Pudding being among the most popular options.

Fresh and Healthy Ingredients at The Poke Co.

The Poke Co. is known for its healthy and fresh ingredients, which are expertly combined in generous portions. The build-your-own poke bowl is a must-try, with a wide range of delicious ingredients to satisfy every palate.

Friendly Staff and Cozy Atmosphere

The staff is friendly and efficient, offering great customer service. The venue is perfect for families and groups, with a cozy and casual atmosphere.

Services and Options at The Poke Co.

In addition to the delicious food, The Poke Co. offers takeaway, delivery, and catering services. It’s also wheelchair accessible, and gender-neutral restrooms are available. Vegetarian and vegan options are available, and the venue serves alcohol.

Download the Mobile App

The Poke Co. is ideal for a quick and healthy meal, whether you’re on the go or looking for a casual lunch spot. You can even download their mobile app and have a slice of Hawaii delivered to your door.

Contact Information

Phone: +27 87 470 0583
Address: 12 Dreyer St, Claremont, Cape Town, 7700, South Africa
Area: Cape Town
Opening Hours:
– Monday – Friday: 8 AM to 8:30 PM
– Saturday: 8 AM to 8:30 PM
– Sunday: 9 AM to 8:30 PM
Website: [The Poke Co.)(

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