BVO Eats! – Oke Poke

BVO Eats! – Oke Poke

Soaring temperatures no longer mean consuming the same uninspiring salads. Oke Poke (3277 Grand Ave. Suite L, Chino Hills, CA) offers fun and delicious poke bowls that are sure to cool you down this summer. 

Per Oke Poke’s website, “poke is a raw fish based dish that originates from the islands of Hawaii.” Think bite-sized sashimi with Japanese toppings over rice or salad and drizzled in sweet and spicy sauces.

Not a fan of raw fish? Give poke a try, and you might just change your mind. Still not ready to take the leap? They also serve shrimp and baby scallops that you may select in lieu of the raw fish. 

Try one of their bowls or customize your own. We love getting creative with making our own. There is a variety of bases, toppings, fishes, and sauces to choose from, which make each experience fun and unique. 

Spotlight Dish:  Make Your Own: Salmon, Spicy Tuna, and Albacore Bowl

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BVO Tip:  Don’t be afraid to mix the sauces. We love experimenting with various combinations to give each bowl an unique taste. Our current favorite is Oke Sesame, Oke Sauce, with a bit of Heat.


About BVO Eats! — Every month, BVO Eats! will feature a restaurant in Chino Hills and highlight a spotlight dish. The purpose is not to provide a comprehensive review, but to introduce our readers to some of our favorite eateries in this wonderful city. We love exploring our local community — what better way of doing this than eating?