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The flavors of Hawaii are in Porto. FixeBowl is specialized in the “poke bowl”, a dish that has Hawaiian origin and Japanese inspiration, with raw fish, sushi rice, seeds and vegetables in the mix. In a typical Hawaiian environment, all that is missing is the smell of the beach. Among the "poke bowls" there is a choice between eight combinations, created by Pauline and Amanda, the owners, with oriental, Brazilian and Australian influences. The Tropical bowl is the most popular choice, made with a sushi rice base, with salmon, ginger, cucumber, carrot, red onion, leek, mango, tobiko (flying fish eggs) and sesame sauce. You can always make your own "poke".

Poke bowl, hawaiane cuiside

Tuesday to thursday: 12h - 22h | Friday and saturday: 12h - 23h | Sunday: 12h - 16h



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Address:
Rua Professor Jaime Rios de Souza, 3

Postal Code:
4050-309

Landline Phone:
222080867

Email:
fixebowl@gmail.com

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