What's In a Poke Bowl
Let Poké Olu Break It Down For you
You’ve probably seen poke bowls on social media, or overheard the buzz around town, or even seen Poké Olu in Plantation Florida; (by the way… it’s pronounced “POH-keh.”). Poké Olu is a new fresh healthy poke bowl restaurant in Plantation Florida, and it has the best poke bowls around.
Poke means “to slice or cut” in Hawaiian and refers to chunks of raw, marinated fish which is then tossed over rice and topped with vegetables and umami-packed sauces. Every part of Poké Olu’s Poke Bowls are fresh daily, and now that poke has found its way to Plantation, people can’t seem to get enough of it. Let us break down the 4 main ingredients to a Poke Bowl:
Rice Or Greens, or Both
Most bowls start with a base layer of fresh brown rice or sushi rice. Poké Olu has a combination of rice and fresh greens. The warm rice is a nice touch against the super cold tuna or salmon. Poke Olu gives you the option to keep it as healthy and fresh as you want it.
SUSHI-GRADE Fresh FISH
Sushi-grade fresh daily fish is the star ingredient to your poke bowl, most commonly raw Ahi tuna. But you can choose between several fish, including salmon or shrimp. You can choose a combination of Salmon and Ahi Tuna. If raw fish isn’t your thing, try our Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken.
Homemade Sauces or Dressings
Salty sauces often made to highlight the fatty fish. Our home made Olu Sauce which includes Umami is a little sweet, a little spicy and a little salty. You can even try our Pineapple Teriyaki, Ginger Sauce and even Sriracha sauce. All of Poke Olu’s sauces are made in house.
Fresh VegGies, You Get Four or More
Toppings like radishes, shaved red onion, grape tomatoes and pickled onions add flavor and crunch. At Poké Olu, 90 percent of bowls have cucumbers and carrots, which adds a nice sweetness. Our customers at Poké Olu in Plantation Fl go crazy for our Pickled Onions and Fennel combination.