Can’t decide between Hawaiian Poke or Teriyaki? Get both at this place.
This little tiny restaurant is located a stone’s throw away from Knott’s Berry Farm, behind the Chase bank located off Beach and La Palma Avenue. The place is tiny, with about 6 tables, so chances are you’ll be eating on the curb or taking the food to go.
Karen ordered a regular size Poke with just tuna and the mild shoyu sauce for $8.50, while I ordered the Tokyo teriyaki plate, which is chicken or beef teriyaki over white rice, 2 gyoza (pot-sticker / fried dumplings) a salad, and a drink for $7.29.
I took a bite of Karen’s Ahi tuna. It was ok. You can definitely tell it was previously frozen, as it had a squishy consistency, and a bit of a watery taste. With 100’s of Poke places popping up all over the place, its not surprising that there are some places better than others. This place was overall a decent place, but not my first choice for Poke.
I heard parking can be tough, so if the regular lot is full, either park on the side street or park in the Chase bank parking lot and cut through the bushes.
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