Poke 305

01/22/2018

Information: 

Poke (means sectioning, filleting or cutting in Hawaiian) is a salad of raw fish, in addition to being the central theme of this restaurant that already has several locations in Miami, is a healthy alternative for lunch or dinner. Although they offer different combinations in their menu, the diners can decide how to build their "Poke bowl" or "Poke burrito" whose ingredients are very assorted: fruits, vegetables, rice, quinoa, sauces and vegetables. We will not hesitate to return to continue trying other combinations of flavors.

 

What we ordered: 

1 #1 Signature Alaka'l (The Big Mao)
1 #5L Signature Akamai Large
2 Matcha
2 Mochi Ice Cream

What we liked the most: 

Signature Alaka'l (The Big Mao)
Note: The selection of items are shown in the original language in which it appears on the menu.

Cuisine Type: 

Hawaiian

Bar: 

Does not offer alcoholic beverages

Cost (18% gratuity): 

$59.85 ($29.93 per person)

Number of Diners: 

2

We had: 

Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Parking: 

Parking meter
Self Parking
Valet parking
On street free

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Neighborhood: 

Coconut Grove

Hours: 

Monday to Saturday - 11:00am to 10:00pm
Sunday - 11:00am to 8:00pm

Ranking

Food: 
4
Service: 
4
Atmosphere: 
3
Decor: 
4

Purpose: 

Happy Hour
Family
Group
Romantic

Areas of Zone 4

Biscayne Bay, Brickell, Brickell key, Downtown Miami, Key Biscayne, Little Havana, Virginia Key.