Poke Austin is celebrating its five-year anniversary of serving Sunset Valley and South Austin in March. (Courtesy Poke Austin)
Poke Austin is celebrating its five-year anniversary of serving Sunset Valley and South Austin in March at 5601 Brodie Lane, Ste. 1200A, Sunset Valley.
The locally owned and family-operated restaurant specializes in build-your-own poke bowls that range in price from $12.99-$18.99. Patrons begin by picking their bowl size, which determines the number of proteins, toppings, dressings and crunches they will select. Next, patrons choose their proteins. Protein selections include fish such as sweet tuna and raw salmon, cooked baby octopus or Spam. The next step is to select toppings, which include vegetables and fruits such as carrots, edamame, ginger, mango and seaweed salad. The next step is to select dressings that come sweet, savory or spicy. The last step is to select a crunch, such as furikake, crispy garlic, wonton strips, nori and more.
Amanda is the features reporter for the Cedar Park-Far Northwest Austin, North-Northwest Austin, North Central Austin and South Central Austin editions. She previously was the Austin ISD education reporter. She graduated from Texas A&M University in May 2015 and has been in the news business ever since. Contact Amanda with questions, tips or feedback at [email protected] and follow her on IG; Threads; or X, formerly known as Twitter, at @acusthall_ci.
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