Aloha, fellow foodies! You can't go wrong with a poke bowl if you’re looking for a healthy, delicious, and satisfying meal. Poke is a traditional Hawaiian dish that consists of raw fish marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil, and other seasonings, served over rice or greens. Poke bowls can add your favorite toppings, such as avocado, seaweed salad, edamame, and more.
In this post, we’ll take you on a tour of some of the best poke bowls on Oahu, highlighting their specialties and what makes them stand out. Let’s get started!
Ahi Assassins Fish Co. is a family-owned and operated business that prides itself on serving fresh and local fish. Their poke is made to order so you can choose your fish, sauce, and toppings. They have a variety of fish to choose from, such as ahi (tuna), ono (wahoo), mahi-mahi (dolphinfish), and more. They also have different sauces, such as shoyu (soy sauce), spicy mayo, wasabi shoyu, and more. They also have other dishes like fish tacos, fish sandwiches, and smoked fish dip.
Ahi Assassins Fish Co. is located on South King Street in Honolulu.
Ono Seafood is another spot that specializes in fresh and local fish. Their poke is pre-marinated in their signature sauces, made with high-quality ingredients. They have four types of poke: shoyu ahi, spicy ahi, shoyu tako (octopus), and spicy tako. Add furikake (seaweed seasoning), green onion, sweet onion, and limu (seaweed) to your poke. They also have other dishes, such as sashimi, musubi (rice balls), and seaweed salad.
Ono Seafood is located on Kapahulu Avenue in Honolulu.
Da Hawaiian Poke Co. is a place that offers a modern twist on the classic poke bowl. Their poke bowls are customizable so you can choose your base, protein, sauce, and toppings. They have a variety of bases, such as white rice, brown rice, mixed greens, and quinoa. They also have a variety of proteins, such as salmon, shrimp, tofu, and chicken. They also have a variety of sauces, such as ponzu (citrus soy sauce), garlic sesame, and creamy wasabi. They also have a variety of toppings, such as mango salsa, pickled ginger, and crispy garlic.
Da Hawaiian Poke Co. is located on Piikoi Street in Honolulu.
Fresh Catch is a seafood market and deli that offers a wide range of poke bowls and other dishes. Their poke bowls are made with fresh fish and homemade sauces. They have over 20 types of poke to choose from, such as Hawaiian-style ahi, spicy tuna crunch, furikake salmon, and smoked marlin. You can add sides to your poke bowl, such as macaroni salad, potato salad, or kimchi.
Fresh Catch has two locations on Oahu: one on Waialae Avenue in Honolulu and another one on Kamehameha Highway in Kaneohe.
Poke on Da Run is a casual and friendly spot that serves poke bowls and plate lunches. Their poke bowls are made with fresh fish and homemade sauces. They have six types of poke to choose from shoyu ahi, spicy ahi, garlic ahi, limu ahi, wasabi ahi, and Hawaiian-style ahi. You can add sides to your poke bowls, such as rice, macaroni salad, or tossed salad.
Poke on Da Run is located on Farrington Highway in Waipahu.
Maguro Brothers is a sushi and poke bar that offers high-quality fish and authentic flavors. Their poke bowls are made with fresh fish and simple seasonings. They have four types of poke to choose from: shoyu maguro (tuna), spicy maguro, shoyu hamachi (yellowtail), and spicy hamachi. Add toppings to your poke bowl, such as green onion, ginger, or sesame seeds.
Maguro Brothers have two locations on Oahu: one on Kekaulike Street in Honolulu and another one in Waikiki Yokocho Gourmet Alley.
Oahu is a paradise for poke lovers, with many options. Whether you’re looking for traditional Hawaiian poke or modern variations, you’ll find something to satisfy your appetite on this island. We hope this article has inspired you for your next Poke adventure. Don’t forget to share your experiences with us and let us know which poke bowl is your favorite.
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