Step One: Chose your size (Lil or Big).
FYI: Big is pretty filling, especially if you get it Hawaiian-style (no rice). It’s just a cup of mostly protein!
Step Two: Rice or No Rice
FYI: They have brown rice available, yay!
Step Three: Pick A Flavor
Original – Ahi tuna, shoyu, white and green onions, sesame seeds
Spicy Tuna – Like spicy tuna roll with white and green onions, sesame seeds
Wasabi – Ahi tuna, white and green onions, wasabi, sesame seeds
Aloha – Like shoyu poke in Hawaii, extra crushed red pepper
Step Four: Personalize Your Poke
add any of the ingredients below:
kale, chopped jalapenos, chili oil, carrots, macadamia nuts, pickled ginger, sriracha, crushed red pepper, masago, seaweed (when available), and avocado ($1 extra)
Hawaiian-Style Poke $14/big
I told them to surprise me with a combo. Either way, you cannot go wrong with how you dress up or down your poke. I really think you can easily share the big Hawaiian-style poke.
Veggie Poke $10
large kale salad tossed with avocado, carrots, macadamia nuts, sesame seeds, onion, brown rice