This new Burnaby restaurant is giving away lots of free poké bowls

Chris Campbell

The popular Richmond poké restaurant Pokey Okey (@pokeyokeyyvr) is opening a second location at 4919 Kingsway in Burnaby.

In order to celebrate the grand opening, they will be giving away free poké bowls to all guests on Feb. 29 and March 1. 

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Guests will be able to select from either The Red Bowl, The Green Bowl or The Yellow Bowl. The full menu will be available after the grand open event. Details of the dishes and the rest of the menu are available at their website www.pokeyokey.com.

In addition, continuing the efforts over the past year to support the LGBTQ2S+ community, Pokey Okey will be collecting donations for QMUNITY, BC’s queer, trans, and two-spirit resource centre, at the event.

​“We believe in giving back to the community and the LGBTQ2S+ cause is one that has always been close to our hearts,”​ said Jonathan Watanabe, one of the cofounders. 

Pokey Okey Kingsway’s grand opening and free poké event is sure to draw a crowd; it is recommended that guests arrive early to beat the lineup. 

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