Why The Poké Shack is O-fish-ally My New Favorite Place

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On top of their on-the-house toppings, you can then customize your bowl and choose from additional toppings. I added seaweed salad edamame, mango, and the watermelon radish which added just the right amount of refreshing crunch. You also need to add avocado because avocado is LIFE. It adds the creamy texture that really compliments the bowl.
After they pile on your toppings of choice, you choose a sauce to top it all with. I chose two different sauces: the house Shoyu and the crunchy garlic. I sat down outside and stared at my bowl for a second because it was almost too beautiful to eat….almost.

On first bite I immediately tasted the buttery melt-in-your-mouth salmon. The fresh poké mixed with the combination of sweet, creamy, tangy, and crunchy was the moment I realized this is what dreams are made of!

Look at this beauty of a poke bowl!

Look at this beauty of a poké bowl! Easily the best poke in Los Angeles.

I enjoyed mine with an invigorating cold pressed juice but The Poké Shack offers a wide variety of beverages. You can even drink straight out of a coconut and feel like you’re on the island of Hawaii!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

This place is great if you are in a rush but I highly recommend taking some time to sit in front of the plant wall like I did and enjoy the many variations of flavors that one can only be described as a party in your mouth. This is one incredibly fun food journey that is meant to be savored. My visit easily put The Poké Shack at the top of my list for the best poké in Los Angeles.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA


They also offer made to order smoothies and Acai Bowls!
You can check out their full menu before coming in. But you should definitely make your way over soon because I’ll likely be there so come and sashimi some time.

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3 comments for “Why The Poké Shack is O-fish-ally My New Favorite Place

  1. Rick Young
    December 4, 2016 at 9:27 pm

    Love Poke’. Wish we had this place in Tennessee.

    • lor_lopez@yahoo.com
      December 9, 2016 at 3:29 am

      I know. I can’t imagine not having it. I crave it once a week! I assume living in Tennessee you at least have sushi?

  2. January 4, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    Ugh so jealous! Wish we had a poke place in Dallas!

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