Hawaiian, Poke
Price Scale

Part of Seattle’s second wave of food trucks to go brick and mortar, the teal and pink pokemobile backed by prominent Hawaii chef Sam Choy has now spawned four restaurants in two states, including a brand new location along Kirkland's waterfront. The original, cleanly appointed outpost on Rainier Ave serves a bevy of marinated raw fish salads—on rice, over greens, and stuffed in wraps or even tacos. Otherwise, this chill counter-service spot tends toward the meaty, scooping rice and mac salad alongside teriyaki short ribs, pork belly, and garlicky fried chicken. Poke purists can sneer all they want at the happy hour poke nachos, or reconstructed musubi that resemble gonzo flair–drenched Americanized sushi rolls—but they’re damn good fun with a cold beer.

Meal Times
Dinner, Lunch

Poke to the Max: Seattle

5300 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98118
Mon 11–3<br>Tue–Sat 11–9<br>Sun 11–7

Poke to the Max: Tacoma

1716 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA, 98402
Mon–Sat 11–7<br>Sun 11–6

Poke to the Max: Kirkland

52 Lakeshore Plaza, Ste C, Kirkland, WA, 98033
Mon 11-3<br>Tue–Sat 11-9<br>Sun11-7