The Shoyu Poke was mesmerizing. Super fatty tuna, fresh onions and scallions, and fresh high quality shoyu!
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We needed food on Sunday. Foodland in Laie was closed, but the superette was open! We could find what we needed to get us through breakfast the next day: milk, bread, frozen berries cold cereal, shampoo plus a decent selection of wines. This last proved...More
Bought this poke from a questionable looking grocery store in the middle of nowhere. Little did I know that it would be one of the best poke bowls I would have in my life! Til this day, I try to find poke bowls as good...More
Bigger and better than it looks. A range of everything you might need on holiday. Prices for food were a bit high, but what you would expect.
From the outside, you would not guess that this place makes a killer poke. Walk to the back of the store past the beverage aisles. They have few different kinds of poke - Limu, spicy, and Shoyu. We had half a pound of Limu and...More
Was sent here by someone who said it was their favorite poke from Honolulu. Not sure if it was my favorite, but it sure was good!
We happened on this little joint because we were at Titas right next door and my husband wanted a beer! He went in and found a little gold mine of fresh homemade POKE! They have several different kinds and was even written up in The...More
Very good place for a quick poke bowl and a drink. Was recommended by a friend in the area, and was not disappointed.