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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Poké 305 opens today; they have bowls and more

Sisters Camila (left) and Victoria Chediak.
I visited Poké 305 today, the new poké bowl place at 3415 Main Highway and met owner Victoria Chediak and her sister Camila Chediak, who were getting ready for their first opening today (Tuesday) at 2 pm.

The place looks great. It's spotless and last minute preparations were being done, but they were gracious enough to let me in to check it out.

I'm happy to see we have a replacement finally for my precious bowls from the Bookstore. Now I have a place to go daily for them.

Poké 305 has an easy ordering system. They have their signature 305s and you can make your own bowl, too.

Prices for the "make your own bowl" are $12.95 for regular size and $15.95 for large. They also offer Poké Burritos and Poké Salads along with the bowls.


The Alaka'l (The Big Mao)
The signature bowls consist of seven types, the two most popular (their first location was on Brickell) is the Alaka'l (The Big Mao) which consists of salmon, crab salad, tuna, tempura chips, daikon, seaweed salad, carrots, wonton chips, black and white sesame seeds, edamame, cucumber, jalapeno and wasabi aioli sauce. (This bowl is $17.95).

The other one is the Akami which has Marinated tuna, white onion, scallion, daikon, ginger, mango, avocado, white sesame seeds, yuca chips and ahi sauce. ($12.95 or $15.95).


Laki bowl, which is Chicken with Korean BBQ sauce,
green beans, red onions, kimchi, pineapple,
scallion, nori, white sesame, and plantain chips.
I would make my own bowl, I don't see broccoli or sweet potato, two essentials that I loved at the Bookstore, but I can make do with so many of their other "mix-ins" as they call them - kale, cabbage, spinach, scallions, sweet peppers and so many more.

Their homemade signature sauces consist of Korean BBQ, Citrus Ponzu, Spicy Mao and a few more.

With their small sides, you can get something small for a reasonable price - Crab Salad, Seaweed Salad, Spice Edamame and Miso Soup, all $3.32.

They have Mochi Ice Cream and Dorayaki for dessert at $2.25 each.

What I love is that you can order online at their website and have it waiting for you at the restaurant or they will deliver.

Poké 305 is open Monday-Saturday from 11 am to 10 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 8 pm.

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