Ono Seafood (Hawaii 2016) – Poke Poke Poke
Poke is one of the things that I crave when I think back to our trip to Hawaii. Sure, Vancouver has lots of great seafood restaurants and really fresh fish but very few Vancouver restaurants serve up a poke that can compare with the ones in Hawaii.
We were first introduced to Ono Seafood last year. This hole-in-the-wall poke specialty shop couldn’t hide from us this time around. We brought some friends with us and had a great snack after our hike up Diamond Head.
On our last visit, we just got the poke as-is. This time around, we added rice because it’s a great accompaniment (there’s a reason why they love rice in Hawaii).
On the left is the Hawaiian and Shoyu regular bowl (1/3 lb of poke on rice for $7.50 + $0.50 for two poke styles) and on the left is the Shoyu and Spicy Ahi large bowl (1/2 lb of poke on rice for $9.50 + $0.50 for two poke styles).
They’ve also got tako (octopus) that you can choose.
I’m craving poke right now!
747 Kapahulu Avenue
Posted on May 5, 2016, in Hawaiian, Restaurant Review, Seafood and tagged Ahi, Food, Hawaii, Hawaiian, Hole-in-the-Wall, Honolulu, Kaimuki, Oahu, Poke, restaurant review, Seafood, Tako. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
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