Poke Bop/Yelp, this built-for-millennials poke shop made a splash with its Lemmon Ave location (complete with a selfie station) and recently expanded to East Dallas.
Ahi Poke Bowl/Yelp, tuna lovers will love this Arlington find, as the menu features Hawaiian ahi tuna served in multiple fashions.Swapping in spring mix for half the rice is another easy way to boost the meals veggie", she adds.We typically have bigger bowls than other poke places.Each DAY WE select THE freshest, sushi grade fish.WE marinate IN fresh batches.The 2,027 milligrams of sodium about the equivalent of a scant teaspoon of salt nears the maximum recommended daily sodium allotment of 2,300 milligrams.No wonder the line is out the door.581 W Campbell Rd #105, Richardson, TX 75080.Below 40/Yelp, locations in both Plano and Carrollton make it easier to satisfy a poké craving, with the added bonus of sushi, smoothies, ice cream, and bubble tea to round out a satisfying fish meal.The cost behind it is definitely expensive to implement.
3701 S Cooper St #169, Arlington, TX 76015.
3699 McKinney Ave #306, Dallas, TX 75204.
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A pared-down menu offers three bases (salad, white or brown rice six protein options, and a handful of fresh and delicious veggie toppings.
The exclusive results, a Hui Hou bowl, regular-size, on a base of brown rice, dressed with classic shoyu: Calories: 1,002, fat: 41 grams, sodium: 2,027 milligrams.Carbohydrates: 114 grams, protein: 45 grams, the breakdown, this regular-size bowl loterie pour gagner la nationalité américaine it comes in large-size, too weighs 563 grams, about 1-1/4 pounds.Phone: (214), pOH-keh is cubed raw fish, seasoned any way you want.The Texas inspired poke, a bowl of Gulf shrimp and salmon topped with nopales, cotija cheese, arbol salsa, and guacamole, is one of Dallas more interesting poke options.8245 Preston Rd #400, Plano, TX 75024.Also on offer are hot and iced matcha drinks, like a refreshing blend of the uber-trendy tea and yuzu lemonade.

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Consider the coconut curry hamachi bowl, topped with Asian pear, mint, furikake, and spiced peanut, or the smoky bonito aioli tuna poke with serrano pepper, bonito flakes, micro basil, avocado, toasted coconut, and crispy garlic.
The key to a healthy poke bowl is to customize the meal as much as possible, says registered dietitian.