Best Poke in Honolulu

Howdy!

Poke is a delicious Hawaiian dish that is becoming increasingly popular in the mainland United States. If you’re lucky enough to find yourself in Honolulu, you absolutely must try poke from one of the city’s many great restaurants. Here are our top 5 picks for the best places to get poke in Honolulu!

1. Ono Seafood

Ono Seafood is a Honolulu institution when it comes to poke. They’ve been in business for over 30 years, and their poke is some of the freshest and most delicious you’ll ever have. Be sure to try their popular Ahi Poke, made with fresh ahi tuna, shoyu, sesame oil, onions, and seaweed!

2. Helena’s Hawaiian Food

Helena’s Hawaiian Food is another great option for poke in Honolulu. Their poke is made with fresh, local ingredients, and their Ahi Poke is especially delicious. If you’re looking for something a little different, try their Kalua Pig Poke, made with slow-roasted kalua pig, shoyu, onions, and seaweed.

3. Kaka’ako Kitchen

Kaka’ako Kitchen is a relatively new restaurant, but their poke is already some of the best in Honolulu. They use fresh, local ingredients, and their poke bowls are absolutely massive. Be sure to try their Ahi Katsu Poke, made with fresh ahi tuna, katsu sauce, onions, and seaweed.

4. Mana’o Company

Mana’o Company is another great option for poke in Honolulu. Their poke is made with fresh, local ingredients, and they offer a wide variety of poke bowls. Be sure to try their Ahi Poke Bowl, made with fresh ahi tuna, shoyu, sesame oil, onions, and seaweed.

5. Marukame Udon

Marukame Udon is a popular chain of udon restaurants, but their Honolulu location also happens to have some of the best poke in the city. Their poke bowls are made with fresh, local ingredients, and their Ahi Poke Bowl is especially delicious. Be sure to try it with their house-made shoyu sauce!

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love poke! And what’s not to love? Hawaiian cuisine is some of the best in the world, and poke is a delicious dish that’s perfect for a quick meal or snack.

Namaste!

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