You’ve likely had plenty of build-your-own, assembly-line poke bowls over the past few years. Jus’ Poke is different, and resembles what you’d find in Hawaii - meaning it’s super fresh and you won’t be able to overwhelm your bowl with too many options. There are six types of pre-marinated tuna (get the original or spicy) or a tofu option, to which you can add rice or seaweed salad. The servings are enormous, and the crowd is mostly local office people picking up lunch.
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