Kokomo is Serving up Fresh, Energizing, & Plant-Based Eats in Vancouver

Kokomo is Serving up Fresh, Energizing, & Plant-Based Eats in Vancouver

It’s all good at Kokomo. The vegan eatery is slowly taking over Vancouver with its energizing plant-powered bowls and scrumptious smoothies.

Kokomo gets its inspiration from the sun — a vibrant shop bringing the energy and warmth of the summer months through their fresh and nourishing foods. Though, as you’ll learn, it’s just one of those things you need to eat to believe.

Get Powered Up By Plant-Based Bowls

The food here is the perfect complement to an active lifestyle. Order one of their delicious and nutritious bowls to fuel up after a grueling sweat session. If you need a recommendation, a favorite is the Sunflower Acai. It features frozen acai layered with berries, banana, house-made raw granola, and is topped off with toasted coconut and mint.

Hungry yet? Wait, there’s more.

If you’re craving something a bit more savoury, try their Nood Beach. The bowl has rice noodles tossed in chili lime tahini, mixed with fresh snap peas, radish, pickled carrot, steamed broccoli, micro cilantro, green onion, sesame seeds, and is finally garnished with edamame hummus.

Cool Off With Healthy Treats

But it’s not all about that bowl life here. Kokomo also has a selection of refreshing juices and superfood smoothies to amp you up for your day ahead. They even have kombucha on tap. And if you’re looking for a cool treat to indulge in, you have to try their Aussie-style Cocowhip, something you definitely need to know about.

Cocowhip is a dairy-free frozen yogurt made from coconut milk. They have an ever-changing menu of Cocowhip options, but cacao is one of their go-tos (rightfully so).

More Kokomo To Go ’Round

While the adorable eatery first opened up shop in Chinatown, they just added a second location in Kits a couple of months ago.

And while both locations are small, they sure are mighty with a steady stream of hungry Vancouverites rushing in for both in-house and take-out eats. Stop by 611 Gore Avenue or 2028 Vine Street to get your fill of vegan delights (and that drool-worthy Cocowhip).