In Frankfurt you have your fair share of options when it comes to ordering Poke. Most are quite formulaic. Fish. Rice. Sauce. Veggies. Onocubes goes past this however. Lin, Onocubes’ owner, has set his sites on being as creative as possible while offering the best possible ingredients. Each bowl is methodically and delicately put together, and the meals feel much more thoughtful than a bunch of fish and sprouts tossed together.
The menu is short and the restaurant is small, but that’s what I love about Onocubes. You have a limited selection of appetizers (they’re all great) and a host of different poke bowls to order from and that’s it. If I worked closer to Onocubes, I’d eat lunch there on a weekly basis.
What sets Onocubes apart is the interior. It’s clear that the owner put a lot of time and attention into the little details. Just walking to the restroom, you’ll hear birds chirping and marvel at the intricate fixtures hanging from the ceiling.
If you’re looking for a clean, healthy lunch, Onocubes is the place.