If you’re looking for fresh and authentic Hawaiian poke, you have to check out these local spots in Seattle. Take it from someone who eats poke for lunch at least once a week – these restaurants will definitely satisfy your seafood cravings!
Seattle Fish Guys
Seattle Fish Guys is a fish market located in Central District, and hands-down my favorite place to get fresh poke. The marinades they use are delicious, and portions are huge. Try to order a poke platter so you can try a little bit of everything. I’d also recommend trying their other seafood like the smoked salmon belly or uni!
While located in Edmonds (about a 30 minute drive from Seattle), Ono Poke is one of the best AUTHENTIC poke spots in the area. Hawaii locals swear by it too! Make sure to get there early on weekends to get the most choices before they sell out. I personally love their Garlic Miso Salmon and mac salad.
FOB Poke Bar
If you’re looking for a casual poke spot that lets you build your own bowl, then FOB Poke should be your new favorite. I used to order from here almost every week, especially when I went through my restaurant delivery app phase. 😛 The options for toppings and sauces are endless, but always so delicious! You can even choose different types of rice, salad or do a half-and-half combination. My go-to order is getting salmon with spicy mayo, crab salad, zesty mango, seaweed salad, etc.
While mostly famous for their Instagrammable Chirashi bowls, Fremont Bowl offers delicious poke too! They have a huge variety of fresh seafood, and make their wasabi in-house. You can also check out their sister restaurant which has the same menu, Donburi Station, located in Georgetown and Bellevue.
45th Stop N Shop
Located in a small deli in the Wallingford neighborhood, 45th Stop N Shop is definitely one of the best poke spots in the city. For each bowl you choose your fish, and all the toppings are included (edamame, seaweed salad, crab salad, fried onions and more). They also have another location in South Lake Union.