What to eat in and around Seattle today: FOB Poke Bar

Apr 16 2020, 1:52 pm

A good poke consists of large protein sizes, good rice to topping ratio, and tasty sauces. FOB Poke Bar ticks all these boxes.

The restaurant allows customers to build their own Hawaiian rice bowls, choosing between various toppings, sauces, and proteins.

With thousands of possible combinations, 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.

 

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Then, choose your mix-ins of seaweed, jalapeno, green onion, sweet onion, and cucumber.

 

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Next, pick your proteins. There’s ahi tuna, salmon, mashed spicy tuna, albacore, scallop, seared ahi tuna, yellowtail, as well as cooked options of shrimp, octopus, need tataki, grilled chicken, spam, and eel.

 

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Finally, pick your sauces and toppings — there are over 15 toppings to choose from.

 

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FOB Poke Bar is currently serving take-out at both of their locations and offering delivery through Uber Eats and Caviar.

FOB Poke Bar

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

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

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