Pokémon is a trending dish of Hawaiian national cuisine that has captivated the hearts of millions of people around the world.
Tired of sushi, pizza and burgers, and having already tasted Michelin chefs' experiments, metropolitan residents are looking for something interesting and absolutely authentic.
A modest snack on Hawaiian fishermen has found explosive popularity in the US (according to Boomberg, about 300 restaurants over two years), Canada and Australia, and is now gaining a foothold in Europe's gastronomic space. Outside the faraway exotic islands, the dish has become a fancy fish or seafood-based bowl and anything you want to put in your plate. Performance sometimes turns into a fantasy that has nothing to do with Hawaii. Even the presence of fish is no longer required.
Poké is the perfect snack and stand-alone meal balanced in protein, fat and carbohydrates.