G-0-3, Block G, Plaza Damas
60, Jalan Sri Hartamas 1, Sri Hartamas
Kuala Lumpur 50480

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11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm


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One of the better poke bowls around with cauliflower rice option, which means a more premium price.

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Quite overpriced in my opinion. I couldn’t bring myself to order a poke bowl for almost RM30 when I can get a good one from other poke bowl places for RM20 or less. So I had the above pictured instead, which was already RM26. While it was delicious, with roasted yellow peppers mixed in, the prices just don’t do it for me.

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Choose between sushi rice or cauliflower rice and opt for salmon sashimi, seared salmon or even chicken breast. Each comes with a choice of 4 veggies, ebiko, edamame and chukka wakame.
In frame: The YW (RM25). Fresh and thick salmon with shoyu and ginger on a bed of cauliflower rice and veggies. I also added avocado (RM5) to my bowl. Definitely one of the better poke I’ve had in KL. Unlike some places, portion is definitely big enough to keep you going for the day. Their recommended item from the menu is the salmon sashimi with truffle ponzu.


Is cauliflower 'rice' considered cheating? Perhaps. But this fluffy, genuinely delicious cauliflower 'rice' tastes like the perfect midpoint between couscous and regular rice. And in our opinion, this is the tastiest poke bowl in Klang Valley, so it fully deserves a place on this list. The salmon is a notch above those at most poke parlours (pick your marinade, they’re all pretty great), the vegetables are as vibrant in the mouth as they are on the eyes, and we left feeling a good deal healthier than when we came in. Well worth the RM25.
Avg price per bowl: RM25

Been here a couple of times. I can never get bored with this bowl of goodness "Simon Says", cauliflower rice topped with fresh sashimi, beetroot, kyuri, carrot, baked salmon skin and truffle ponzu sauce. RM32


For a breezy rice bowl brunch with a friend, the new Lushbowl decked out in rattan chairs and clean concrete will be excellent. From their selection of salad, sushi rice and cauliflower rice, jump at the chance for the latter. Steeped in a flavoursome stock before stir-frying, it is not often that it is executed so delicately. Salmon is the star here, sliced fresh and tossed in dressing upon order. You will not regret ordering the Simon Says (RM27) with salmon doused in their truffled ponzu dressing, rich and refreshing at the same time. Also good is the Janey Mama (RM25) that comes dressed in creamy togarashi — it surprises with a spike of heat from Sriracha. All bowls come with this foolproof trio of toppings: edamame, seasoned seaweed and ebiko. Lastly, decide if you want a lusher bowl — the options for crispy Baked Salmon Skin (RM5) and Six Minute Egg (RM5) with soft, golden yolk are worth every penny. This was initially meant to be a smoothie bowl bar, so you can count on the sweet treats to be just as good. The Beso (RM23) sees a tropical twist with pineapple mango in fresh coconut water and baobab (a type of organic superfruit).
Avg price per person: RM25
Photo by Burppler Trisha Toh