Poke is a staple of Hawaiian cuisine, and at Johnny’s Poki Bowl, it’s the backbone of the menu. The ahi tuna is typically served raw (but sometimes marinated or fried) over a bed of rice with a medley of other veggies. Johnny’s Poki Bowl puts its own contemporary spin on the poke bowl, serving it up a fast-casual atmosphere with a variety of different topping combinations.
If you want the traditional dish, opt for Johnny’s Classic Bowl. It features a mix of raw, sushi-grade salmon, tuna, and yellowtail over sushi rice with cucumber, avocado, edamame, and sweet corn, all topped with spicy crab meat and a mix of house sauce and hot sauce. Prefer your seafood fully cooked? Try the Dragon bowl instead, which showcases spicy crab meat, eel, and shrimp over sticky rice with mango, avocado, crispy noodles, and a drizzle of eel sauce. If you’re looking for a lunch that’s easy to eat on the go, try a sushi “burrito” to enjoy while out and out near your apartment in Aberdeen. The Mexican sushi burrito takes fusion fare to new heights with its mix of shrimp, avocado, cilantro, and jalapenos, accompanied by masago, eel sauce, and spicy mayo.