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Big Island Poke


235 Rainier Ave S, Renton
Earn 3X Points

With only four protein options and limited toppings, Big Island Poke does not overcomplicate things, relying on good fish and marination to do the heavy lifting. For a consistently good lunch in Renton, choose from tako, salmon, and tuna (Hawaiian or spicy), which comes on top of warm rice, fresh greens, or tortilla chips for poke nachos. Be sure to add cucumber kimchi, a squeeze of cream cheese aioli, and crispy fried onions to make that poke house a home.

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