Poké pancakes are a real thing and you can get them in Vancouver this month

Jun 15 2018, 4:40 pm

What started as a jab at IHOP (or should we say IHOb) has become an actual dish on Riz Sushi’s new weekend brunch menu.

The East Broadway poké restaurant is known for their outrageous dishes and food challenges – along with that strange but amazing mural – but this new creation might top everything when it comes to weirdness.

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Poké pancakes are a brand new brunch mashup that will be available June 23 when the eatery officially launches weekend hours for the first time.

For $14 patrons can get a stack of four flapjacks with their choice of fish and toppings, along with weekend-only sauces like the new maple bacon aioli, because these pancakes definitely don’t need regular syrup.

Poké lovers can also opt for sous vide eggs and bacon crumble as a crunchy option for their stack.

Other brunch features will include Bacon Broth Udon and Loco Moco (aka the ultimate Hawaiian hangover cure), and there are more dishes to come.

While you’ll still be able to grab a signature Aburi salmon bowl and regular poké, this brunch is too intriguing to pass up.

Riz Sushi

Address: 2887 East Broadway, Vancouver
Phone: 604-215-9799

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