(clockwise) Poké Bop, Pōk The Raw Bar, FreshFin Poké Co.

Food & Drink

Poké Bowls Have Arrived

The Hawaiian fish salad is creating long lines within the Dallas dining scene.

There’s no denying that poké bowls have fully captured the attention of the Dallas dining scene. More and more restaurants dedicated solely to the Hawaiian fish salad have opened, and the lunch lines are long. It makes sense, especially now. Pronounced po-kay, the dish is light, refreshing, and ideal for sweltering summer days. Grab your chopsticks and dig into bowls filled with fresh cubes of raw fish scooped over rice and/or mixed greens and topped with everything from seaweed and mango to tobiko (flying fish roe). Here are our favorites.

Poké Bop

4103 Lemmon Ave., 214-521-7653
The Hawaiian: green tea rice, ahi tuna, onion, cucumber, seaweed salad, pineapple, masago, sesame oil, sesame seeds, classic poké sauce (plus mango, kale, and microgreens)

Pōk The Raw Bar

3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 306, 214-484-1139
Spicy Yuzu Salmon: bamboo rice, spicy yuzu, edamame, hijiki (with radish and Fresno chile)

FreshFin Poké Co.

3611 Greenville Ave., Ste. A, 214-730-0576
Build your own bowl: purple rice, ahi tuna, onion, edamame, carrots, radish

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