Where to Find the Best Poke Bowls in San Antonio 

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San Antonio really loves poke – that much is evident given the number of poke spots that are popping up like crazy. Because we know y'all want to get all the poke and find out which place is your favorite, we rounded up some of the best places to score a poke bowl – whether it's a pre-made dish or one you can create to your liking.
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San Poke
20770 US 281 N, Ste 105, (210) 998-2556, sanpoketx.com
If you’re up north past 1604, you’ll definitely want to hit up San Poke for your poke fix. Avocado is extra, but you won’t care when all of these yummy flavors come together. Just don’t combine hot and cold flavors – choose one or the other. For an extra treat, order a bubble tea that’s served in a light bulb!
Photo via Instagram / sanpoketx
Poke Central
1130 TX-1604 Loop #101, (210) 479-7653, pokecentral.com
With the tagline “sushi in a bowl,” you can expect great tasty flavors at Poke Central. It’s all about the sauce here – and of course the toppings. Go for the crab meat for $1 extra to really go big.
Photo via Instagram / pokecentralsa
Hula Poke
Multiple locations, facebook.com/HulaPokeBandera
With locations throughout SA, you can always hit up Hula Poke when hunger strikes. In addition to sushi burritos, you can score fresh-as-heck bowls of poke that give an equal emphasis on protein and produce.
Photo via Instagram / hulapokebandera
Poke Planet
7302 Louis Pasteur Dr #103, (210) 627-6060, pokeplanetsa.com
The Medical Center scores with the modernly-decorated Poke Planet. You can build your own or order a traditional pre-made. Or you can order the Puro San Antonio bowl, which features pulled pork al pastor. Oh, and they offer delivery.
Photo via Instagram / poke.planet.sa
Poke Man
Food truck around San Antonio, (210) 551-4074, facebook.com/pokemanbowl
This family-owned food truck is all about satisfying your poke needs. You can build your own bowls and even call in your order to make sure you skip the line. Be sure to take advantage of the military and first responders discounts.
Photo via Instagram / fromtexaswithlove
Pokeworks
15900 La Cantera Parkway Suite 26180, (210) 877-9999, pokeworks.com
The next time you’re shopping away at La Cantera, stop by Pokeworks to recharge. The New York-based poke chain lets you do poke your way – with numerous options for sauces and crunchy toppings. Of course, you can always go for one of the signature bowls if the decision is just too much for you.
Photo via Instagram / pokeworksco
Yellowfish Sushi
Multiple locations, facebook.com/YellowFishSushi
For the poke bowl, choose from sushi rice or zucchini noodles and your protein of choice, then have it topped with carrots, cucumber, spinach, chives, daikon, sweet corn and avocado. There’s also the more broad “bowls” section of the menu that lets you build it the way you like it.
Photo via Instagram / yellowfishsushi
Koifin Poke
7211 Green Glen Dr, (210) 451-0050, koi-poke-sushi-restaurant.business.site
UTSA students will already know that Koifin hits the spot with its poke offerings. It’s all about variety here as poke is available over rice, as a sushi burrito, over kale noodles. Pro tip: save room for dessert as there’s a Kung Fu Tea in the same strip.
Photo via Instagram / koifinpoke.sa
Sushi Zushi
Multiple locations, sushizushi.com
Though you can’t build your own poke bowl here, you can score a super delicious creation that will hit the spot. Give the Mango Poké a try – it has tuna poke, mango and avocado, which is all tossed in soy sauce, sesame oil and shichimi pepper. And finally, it’s topped with habanero caviar.
Photo via Instagram / sushizushi
Hanzo
7701 Broadway St #124, (210) 826-1488, hanzobar.com
Hanzo brings Japanese gastropub vibes to Alamo Heights – oh, and a delicious poke bowl! All you have to do is choose between salmon or yellowfish tuna, and then you can just sit back and enjoy your visit (which should include plenty of cocktails).
Photo via Instagram / hanzobarsa
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Big Aloha’s Ali’i Cove
1210 Pat Booker Road Suite H, Universal City, (210) 507-2042, facebook.com/hawaiianfoodtruck
After operating for years as a food truck, Big Aloha’s Ali’i Cove is now posted up in Universal City. Make the trek out there for lots of authentic Hawaiian dishes – poke included. Bowls are pricier than other spots, but when it’s this true to island life, it’s worth an extra buck or two.
Photo via Instagram / big_aloha_
Poke-Yi
6301 NW Loop 410 Ste E01, (210) 803-6466, facebook.com/PokeYiUSA
Found inside Ingram Park Mall, Poke-Yi serves up a variety of poke bowls as well as sushi burritos. Organic tofu is just one of ten protein options, plus you’ll have your pick from plenty of toppings, sauce flavors, crunch add-ins and more.
Photo via Instagram / lysetteoliv
Fugu Poke House
23702 West Interstate 10 Frontage Road #101, (210) 899-7059, fugupokehouse.com
With an adorable interior that will have you wanting to do a whole photoshoot there, Fugu Poke House gives you the option of a bowl, salad or burrito. Choose from more than a dozen protein, sauce, topping and crispy options to create the perfect poke dish for you.
Photo via Instagram / _accordingtocharlie
Koi Kawa Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar
4051 Broadway, (210) 805-8111, koikawasushi.com
With a slight change on the menu (“poki” instead of “poke”), Koi Kowa rounds out its robust menu with some scrumptious poke. Bite-sized tuna is tossed with soy and sesame oil, topped with chives and served on a bed of grated daikon. Yum!
Photo via Instagram / realestatemuses
Sushi Express
Multiple locations, sushiexpresssa.com
For this “poki” offering, decide between tuna or salmon. Your protein of choice will be topped with the special sauce and then garnished with sesame seeds and scallions. Simple, yet tasty.
Photo via Yelp / Lesley S.
Ginza Ramen and Poke
15069 I-35 #217, Selma, (210) 646-8888 // 19314 N, US-281 #104A, (210) 490-2218
With one location in Selma and another off of U.S. 281, expect Ginza to deliver tasty flavors. While you always have the ramen option, poke is up for grabs however you like it.
Photo via Instagram / itstacoface
Botika
303 Pearl Pkwy #111, (210) 670-7684, botikapearl.com
Head to the Pearl and dine at the swanky Botika for a bowl of something delicious. Fusing flavors from South America and Asia, you can stop by during lunch to sample the poke-tika, which features the daily seafood selection, cucumber, seaweed salad, avocado, fermented chili, sesame oil and furikakke.
Photo via Instagram / botikapearl
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San Poke
20770 US 281 N, Ste 105, (210) 998-2556, sanpoketx.com
If you’re up north past 1604, you’ll definitely want to hit up San Poke for your poke fix. Avocado is extra, but you won’t care when all of these yummy flavors come together. Just don’t combine hot and cold flavors – choose one or the other. For an extra treat, order a bubble tea that’s served in a light bulb!
Photo via Instagram / sanpoketx

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