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Forget sushi and sashimi and say aloha to poke (pronounced poh-keh), the popular Hawaiian diced-fish and rice dish that's been taking the mainland by storm. Billed as the first Hawaiian poke... Read More
Forget sushi and sashimi and say aloha to poke (pronounced poh-keh), the popular Hawaiian diced-fish and rice dish that's been taking the mainland by storm. Billed as the first Hawaiian poke restaurant in the state, this fast-casual eatery, located about 10 miles from Globe Life Park, promises endless build-your-own poke options at a bargain, with regular and large sized bowls priced at $8.50 and $10.95. The process is simple: Start with a base of rice, salad or both; pick a protein (tuna, yellowtail, salmon) and then load up on included toppings like crabmeat, seaweed salad, ginger, pineapple and orange fish roe. Finally, finish it all off with either ponzu, shoyu or a spicy mayo sauce and a sprinkling of sesame seeds. And if raw fish isn't your thing, they can whip it up with fried salmon, popcorn shrimp or tofu. Complement your bowl with a Hawaiian Sun litchi drink, and whatever you do, don't skip on the homemade macarons.
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