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Pick Your Poké at Rolling FIsh Sushi Burrito & Poké

08.31.2017 by: Caitlyn Fosse
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Poke, a Hawaiian dish of raw fish, is the star at Rolling Fish Sushi Burrito & Poké on the northwest side of town. It’s a tiny shop, with room for a few tables and a build-your-own bowl or burrito assembly line.

Inside Rolling Fish

There are plenty of options here at Rolling Fish: choose your protein, how big your serving is (two or three scoops), and if you want it in bowl, burrito, or salad form. Of course they’ve got raw choices like ahi tuna, spicy tuna, salmon, or eel. But if you’re a bit squeamish about raw fish or unable to eat it, they also have cooked options like chicken, shrimp, or tofu! 

"Sushirrito" with spicy tuna and salmon rolled inside a seaweed wrap with sushi rice

Once you’ve chosen all the basics, there are still more options for you! Choose your veggies (like edamame, cucumber, or corn), toppings (crab salad, sesame seeds, or pickled ginger to name a few), and “crunchies” to provide some texture on top. You can also choose a sauce to top it off, like the sweet eel sauce common on sushi rolls, or wasabi aioli. You really can’t go wrong here: add one or two toppings, or add them all!

Poké Bowl, with your choice of sushi rice, brown rice, or kale noodles. Pictured here with sushi rice, spicy tuna, crab salad, edamame, garlic crisps, and Sriracha aioli.

Rolling Fish also has a variety of teas to finish off your meal, with flavors like mango, red bean, and honeydew. I chose the simple Matcha Milk Tea with tapioca boba, but Rolling Fish also has the Instagram-worthy teas served in light bulbs. Delicious!

Matcha Boba 

With so many options at such an affordable price, you'll be craving poké for every meal. Check out their Facebook for their full menu to get inspired!

{Rolling Fish Sushi Burrito & Poké Official Facebook Page}

TAGS : Northwest/La Cantera/Med Center , Rolling Fish Sushirrito and Poke