7 of the most poppin’ poke places in Seattle

Apr 19 2021, 2:29 pm

More than just deconstructed sushi, poke is an art form.

Those who’ve tasted the perfect union of fish and marinade will understand when we say that the Hawaiian dish should be ranked as one of the top 10 best dishes in the entire world.

If you’ve never tried poke before, we suggest starting at one of these great poke spots in Seattle.

Seattle Fish Guys

 

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Unlike typical poke joints in the city, Seattle Fish Guys offer up simple poke bowls of shoyu tuna, salmon, octopus, or scallop with a choice of mac salad, seaweed salad, squid salad, or kimchee on the side. You can even ramp up your order by selecting the off-menu fish sampler: a poke platter that consists of seven types of poke tailored to the number of people sharing it.

Location: 411 23rd Avenue South, Seattle
Phone: 206-485-7388
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FOB Poke Bar

 

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With thousands of possible poke combinations at FOB Poke Bar, you could eat a new bowl every day of physical distancing without getting bored. What truly makes FOB stand out above the rest is their rice. Pick between white rice, brown rice, half and half, or special coconut and green tea-infused jasmine rice. If you’re going for something a little less filling, swap the base for tortilla chips, arugula, spring mix, kale, or spinach.

Location: 220 Blanchard St, Seattle
Phone: 206-728-9888

Location: 1620 Broadway, Seattle
Phone: 206-441-9888
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Just Poke

 

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Just Poke serves up, well, just poke. After discovering the dish in Maui, two brothers, Danny and Norman, started the local chain with a focus on fairness, sustainability, and great food.

Location: A full list of 15 locations can be found on the Just Poke website
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45th Stop and Shop

Enjoy large chunks of sashimi at 45th Stop and Shop. The spot isn’t shy about loading their poke bowls, and even gives you the option of wrapping your meal into a sushi burrito.

Location: 2323 N 45th street, Seattle
Phone: 206-257-5124
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Sam Choy’s Poke To The Max

 

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It wouldn’t be a poke listicle in Seattle without the inclusion of Sam Choy’s Poke To The Max. Choy is a Hawaiian celebrity chef, often credited as the “Godfather of Poke.” It’s definitely a bucket-list item to try at least one of his world-famous poke bowls.

Location: 5300 Rainier Avenue S, Seattle
Phone: 206-432-9026
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GoPoké

 

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Owned and operated by Hawaiians, GoPoké is one of our favorite spots to grab a bowl to-go. The quality never disappoints, and the classic topping offerings are sure to satisfy.

Location: 625 King Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-799-9560
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Poke Square Seattle

 

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Every bowl of Poke Square is served with the freshest ingredients which support the community. They support their local farmers in Seattle and allow you to customize your bowl as much as you’d like.

Location: 1701 NW Market Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-466-1798

Location: 1823 Eastlake Avenue E, Seattle
Phone: 206-535-8252
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