A major food trend a couple of years ago, poke bowls have officially become engrained into Houston’s culinary culture.
For the unfamiliar, poke restaurants generally follow a pretty similar formula. Diners choose a base (usually rice or salad), then add a few scoops of their protein of choice (ahi tuna, salmon, or even tofu) that has been tossed in a sauce like ponzu, soy, or spicy mayo. The bowl is finished with a variety of garnishes like a scoop of crab, furikake, masago, or avocado, among others.
Looking for the city’s best poke bowls? These 14 restaurants serve up an endlessly customizable selection of bowls, including gluten-free and vegetarian options. Go forth, and consider this the official raw fish bucket list.Read More