Could you choose between shoyu, Ahi, or Ume shiso poke? At these Santa Clara Poke bars you don’t have to! We did all the grind and analyzed the top review sites and food publications to find the best poke bars around. With everything from sticky to brown rice and octopus to tuna, you’ll get a perfect bowl at these Santa Clara spots.
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Experts recommend pairing a shoyu poke with a glass of Inu Island Punch, a popular beer.
Knowing what to pair with limu poke can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some beer, particularly a glass of Hefeweizen. This, sweet, beer balances the zesty limu poke.
Try coupling ahi poke with a beer like ahi poke to balance its spicy flavours.
pre-colonial times gave us something tasty, the poke! This tasty dish was bestowed upon us by Polynesia.
Oh, you never heard of the poke contest that happens in The United States? It takes place at the I Love Poke Festival which is held in Hawaii.
It’s International Poke Day on September 28. You better not forget! Grab your poke and celebrate!
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