Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Hilo: Poke Market




February 8, 2018

Visit Hilo: Poke Market

While in Hilo, a friend had messaged me that we should go and see Chef Ernie Gray at Poke Market, home of the "designer poke bowls."

This friend knows I don't eat raw fish, but since my co-workers eat poke, I was a really nice friend and brought them to Poke Market for lunch - just in the nick of time!  We got there around 1:30pm, and just about everything was sold out.

Fortunately, there was enough food for each of my three co-workers to make a poke bowl. 

After sampling some poke, my co-workers got Hawaiian Style, Spicy, and Ginger Soy pokes, along with sides of Sweet Potato, Imitation Crab, and Lomi Tomato. 

The bowls full of poke were quite a sight -  tourists stopped to ask us what they were as we carried the poke bowls down the street!

My co-workers all enjoyed the poke, even the sushi rice that comes with the poke bowls (you can also opt for brown rice instead).

Poke Market also sells Poke Pocket Packs, Poke Parfaits, and Sushi Cakes!

Follow them on Instagram @poke.market.

Poke Market
41 Wainuenue Avenue
Hilo, Hawaii
(808) 426-0277

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