Last Tuesday, Suga Taster, Randy Burgess ordered Rainforest Seafoods’ NEW Tuna Poke Bowl for Lunch. He thought it was definitely filling, as it had a healthy serving of Veggies: carrot, cucumber, radish, snow peas and Edamame. Additionally, it had a good serving size of Tuna and sticky Sushi Rice. The Tuna was spicy since it was drizzled with Sriracha sauce, but the Veggies cooled down the palate and everything was fresh!
Was it Value for Money?
Randy thought the cost was way too much with delivery, but tasted good. By ordering through the Pekkish App, the Tuna Poke Bowl costed $1960JMD, but $2754.00JMD when delivery and service charges were added.
Any Suggestions for Rainforest Seafoods?
Suga Taster, Randy would love to see a Salad option with no rice and an option to pick up at the Crossroads branch.
Rainforest Seafoods also offers Smoked and Cooked Salmon Poke Bowls, Raw and Cooked Rolls, Sushi Platters and Bento Boxes (Japanese Lunch Boxes) exclusively through Pekkish Jamaica in Kingston for delivery and in Montego Bay at the Seafood Market, which offers Free Delivery.
Edited By: Gabrielle Burgess (Founder/Owner, Suga Lifestyle)
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Salmon and Tuna! They stimulate leptin, a protein hormone in the body that starts and steeds up metabolism, ultimately regulating your diet.
They also have omega-3 fatty acids like other types of fish, helping to grow nails and hair.
Trying to lose weight from the holidays and getting bored with salads? Mix it up a little. Try the following but also take into account the portions of each food group used. For instance, if you are keeping a low or no sugar diet, you may not want to have chopped mangoes or raisins. But still check the following ingredients out:-
Keep it leafy with lettuce, spinach, arugula, asparagus or string beans.
Add some flavour to your greenswith a fat-free or low-fat vinaigrette or lime juice.
Add some healthy proteinlike tuna, turkey, boiled eggs or boneless, skinless chicken breast.
Add some fibre with chickpeas or quinoa.
Make use of various kinds of nuts such as pecans, walnuts and almonds.
Make it colourfulwith strawberries, black olives, tomatoes, carrots, mango, cranberries, beetroot, purple cabbage or corn.
Top it off with cheese! Grated parmesan or a sharp reduced-fat feta.
Experiment and see which ingredients work best with each other. Salads can be fun!