159 Capel Street, Dublin 1
The food: Poké, seafood
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Creative takes on the Hawaiian poké bowl from seafood magnate Niall Sabongi. Choose from the menu or create your own from different bases, meats, sauces and toppings. Plenty of other seafood options if poké ain't your thing, including oysters, prawns and crab. Quality seafood in relaxed settings.


Tom Doorley, Irish Daily Mail

23 Sep 2017


"Klaw PoKē is very much the new Dublin, very informal, very busy, very simple in terms of food but very choosy in terms of raw materials."

Leslie Williams, Irish Examiner

29 Jul 2017


"Klaw Poké is a fine idea and yes it is simple but it all feels gloriously indulgent, primal and pleasurable." Food 7.5/10. Value 8.5/10.

Catherine Cleary, Irish Times

15 Jul 2017


"Poké is trendy and could even be described as “clean eating” but don’t let any of that put you off. Anywhere that serves a pan of melted buttery cooking juices with a spoon and a roll of kitchen paper at your elbow is doing something very right." 8/10.

Gillian Nelis, The Sunday Business Post

25 Jun 2017


"Klaw Pokē is a casual spot – you eat off paper plates, clean yourself up with kitchen roll, and natter away to your neighbours and the lovely staff. But it’s also serving up great food that will put a smile on your face."

Lucinda O'Sillivan, Sunday Independent

25 Jun 2017

"Bayveen had Ahi tuna (€8.50) on a base of brown rice, with a ponzu (soy citrus combo) dressing topped with edamane beans, nori seaweed shreds and radish, while I had pulled lobster meat (€15) on quinoa, with sriracha aioli, topped with salty pineapple, pickled ginger, macadamia nuts, avocado and nori shreds. Suffice to say we loved them both."

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Klaw Poké

159 Capel Street, Dublin 1

Ph: +353 1 5560117

Open: Sun - Wed 12:00 - 21:00. Thu - Sat 12:00 - 22:00.