This place makes excellent poke bowls with really fresh ingredients, and their online ordering is terrific. Just a few clicks and you can customize your bowl just the way you want. I had:
*Build Your Own Bowl Choose Your Protein: *1/2 Ahi Tuna, 1/2 Salmon (sushi grade/raw) Choose Your Base (up to 2): Spring Mix Choose Your Toppings (up to 4): Pickled Ginger,Edamame,Cucumbers,Crab Salad Choose Your Dressing (up to 2): Cucumber Wasabi,Garlic Teriyaki Choose Your Crunch Toppings (up to 2): No Crunch Toppings
This is a much better use of this space than the prior occupant. Unfortunately, it’s still a bit dark and drab, but the food is better and more interesting.
I spend a lot of time in Chicago, where there are poke places all over town, but this is the first one in this part of Orlando, and so far it is popular. The assembly line process works well for poke, because there are so many potential ingredients. You can get a better bowl of fish and rice up the street at Bonsai Sushi, but there are more variants here, and it is cheaper. You can also get a version on lettuce rather than rice, if you’re really trying to cut carbs.
I tried the ahi tuna, spicy salmon and miso glazed salmon. The tuna was still a bit frozen, but quickly thawed, and seemed fresher than the salmon. The miso glaze turned out to be something squirted on, no actual glaze. The crab salad topping was good; the avocado topping was more like guacamole, but it was okay. There are a lot of sauces to choose from. The iced tea dispenser was either empty or not working.