Hippy Fish arrived in Marylebone at the end of 2017 serving much needed colourful healthy food in these dark cold winter days.
For those of you new to poke - it is a dish originating in Hawaii with strong Japanese influences. A base of rice (traditionally, but Hippy Fish offers several carb and no-carb options), topped with a range of veggies, flavourings and dressed raw fish, or prawns, tofu and even chicken at Hippy Fish to allow for maximum flexibility. They had a range of delicious sauces which really lift the flavours. Their fish is sourced from the same supplier as Nobu!
I'm a big fan of poke generally and used to have to go to Soho where there are few cafes specialising in it, so it is great to have a specialist in the neighbourhood. They have a range of drinks, and are soon offering coffee too.
Full disclosure - I did get a free bowl of Poke when I visited to learn about the store but I was planning to stop by to try it out anyway. It was yummy and I enjoyed choosing all the various toppings and condiments from the large range. Here's my bowl before I scoffed it!
You can find out more info at www.hippy-fish.com
Hippy Fish, 5 Thayer Street, Marylebone, London W1U 3JG
*** SPECIAL EVENT WITH LULULEMON ***
We are very excited to announce a Stretch & Connect Yoga event on Wednesday 21st February at LuluLemon on Marylebone High Street. The event will kick off at 10am with a yoga class run by their Ambassador Kirsty Gallagher, and will be followed by coffee and treats afterwards provided by YeoTown Kitchen, the lovely cafe on Chiltern Street.
Spaces are limited, so to reserve your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Babies/kids are welcome but this is a grown-ups class (not family yoga). There will be space downstairs for prams if needed.