Poke has recently become a favorite for South Bay locals. With new spots popping up regularly, where should you go for great poke? We gathered our hands-down favorite spots for fresh poke.
A local favorite, this is the place to go if you are looking for an authentic poke experience. Their poke is pre-mixed, with fresh tuna being the base for all of their pokes. Their poke is delicious paired with their unique sides, in particular pickled cucumbers and avocado. Besides flavor, Jus’ Poke is our favorite because of their big portions. It is a guaranteed filling and delicious meal.
501 N. PCH, Redondo Beach.
One Poke made our list because of their creativity in protein options. You will not know what to choose. They have your classics ahi choices, plus spicy scallop, seared albacore, cooked octopus, and cooked tofu. They also have a new gluten-free soy sauce that can be added to all bowls.
2259 E Maple Ave, El Segundo.
Feel like spicing up your poke? Head to Poke Bar and try one of their different bases. At Poké Bar, they put their own spin on the island favorite, starting their poké bowls with a base of rice, noodles, or greens. From there, they add your choice of fish, mix-ins, sauces, sides and toppings for a healthy meal that’s all your own.
1120 Hermosa Ave, Hermosa Beach
North Shore Poke Co
A family-run business, North Shore Poke is bringing authentic Hawaiian poke with a touch of California to Hermosa. You have the option of creating your own bowl or ordering one of their favorites like the Pipeline with an in-house blend of our Traditional Shoyu or the Off the Wall with their in-house blend of Ginger Shoyu. Not in the mood for a bowl? They also offer Poke Nachos, Poke Tacos and fresh sashimi.
1227 Hermosa Ave, Hermosa Beach.
Featured Image from Poke Bar