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October 1, 2018

Off the Hook Poke Market


Off the Hook Poke Market just opened its doors in Manoa on September 25. I found out about it from my friend @WeHeartHawaii, who tagged me on an Instagram post. I usually wait a few weeks before trying out a new food establishment (to allow the business to work the kinks out), but the pictures on Instagram looked so enticing that I couldn't wait.



Off the Hook is located on East Manoa Road, in the same building as Starbucks and Andy's Sandwiches & Smoothies. There is limited parking behind the building, or street parking in the surrounding neighborhood.




After entering the store, you'll see the day's poke selections neatly displayed in the refrigerated display case.





 You can get your poke as a poke bowl (choose your size, base, and poke), or ala carte.


They also have a soup of the day.



Today I got two poke bowls to-go:

the mini bowl with white rice and shoyu poke



and the regular bowl with white rice, Hawaiian style and spicy ahi poke (additional $.50 for two-choices of poke)



They have a couple of high table tops and lounge seating for customers who want to eat their poke on the spot. There is also outside seating.


Off the Hook is a nice addition to Oahu's poke scene. The poke is fresh (never frozen), and reasonably priced. I'll definitely be back to try their other offerings, including their homemade shave ice!


Off the Hook Poke Market
2908 E. Manoa Road

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