Poké (pronounced “poh-kay”) means “to slice or cut” in Hawaiian as their fisherman often use offcuts of their catch to make a small bite. Originally, Poké consists of sushi rice, raw fish, and several different toppings served in a bowl. It could basically be described as "sushi" in a “bowl", and unlike sashimi where the fish is sliced into thin and long pieces, Poké is cut into thick cubes. This traditional Hawaiian dish has already been around for centuries.
The best thing about a Poké bowl is that you can be very creative with the ingredients. Firstly, for the base the options are regular white rice, salad, or even a mix of both of them. Secondly, the most important main ingredient in creating a Poké bowl is raw fish whereby ahi tuna, and salmon are among the most popular choices. Also, as means to provide alternatives it is possible to switch to grilled chicken or shrimps, or the vegan variant, tofu. Last but not least, the topping options are endless due to the extended range of available choices, for instance by adding some seaweed salad, tempura crunchy, and many other choices. Well, don’t be shy to be creative in designing your personal, exclusive Poké bowl!
Beside Poké bowls, Poké House also serve Sushirritos. This is derived from the Japanese sushi and the Mexican burrito and
then turned into a hybrid form of those two. Sushirritos could be described as big "sushi" wraps with a filling of ingredients
you desire, and you could consume it like a real burrito. So, this is what Poké House is about in a nutshell. We hope that you
will love and enjoy the healthy and delightful, quick food!