I love this place ! Vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Just discovered this little gem on my way home from the 7 train. Boy am I glad I did! I've tried their salmon and tuna onigiri, which are made fresh just like the rest of their food, and their "build-your-own Pokebowl". Between the tuna and the salmon, I preferred the salmon Onigiri and everything was delicious in the pokebowl! I got the zucchini noodle base with salmon and tuna with the wave sauce and the sauce has a nice kick to it. It was just perfect. Definitely go for the hungry bowl size because you will want ALL of it!
I love the Poke here. It always taste so fresh. They make ordering really easy and are really nice at the counter. It is a bit more pricey than other food you can get in Flushing, but the quality taste better too.
I've had 2 meals at this place. The first was the bowl featuring the Wave sauce and it was awesome, the second time I ordered the Wasabi, and it was not as good. However, the fish and mix-ins tasted ultra fresh both times. Just didn't care for the wasabi sauce.
I really enjoyed my first time eating here! We were greeted warmly by the friendly staff who clearly explained how to order. Everything tasted fresh with the perfect amount of spiciness. What I like most is that the fish isn't marinated like other places that serve poke. While we were there we saw the chef cutting the fish fresh which was also wonderful to see and you taste the freshness! I also enjoyed the options of zucchini noodles instead of white rice a healthy alternative. All in all this place is wonderful weather to sit and stay to eat or grabbing a bowl to go. Can't wait to go back!
Great poke and Onigiri. Poke Wave has many options to customize your order to what you want. Great for lunch or as a pregame snack before happy hour.
Great service, but very tiny place. The poke bowls are okay.
The poke is not marinated before hand like the stores in the city. You can order their preset bowls or create your own. Friendly, helpful staff!
Fish is fresh and the staff is attentive
It was alright, I prefer pokeworks but because there's poke in queens everyone is like omg! Not gonna lie this place gives a lot of rice.
2 sizes -- mini bowl ($7.95 for 2 proteins) or hungry bowl ($10.95 for 3 proteins) Step 1: Choose your base - white rice, lettuce, zucchini noodle Step 2: Choose your protein - tuna, shrimp, tofu, salmon, chicken Step 3: Choose your mix-ins - cucumber, cilantro, jalapeo, string bean, edamame, onion, scallion, bell pepper, carrots, celery Step 4: Choose your sauce - classic, citrus ponzu, shoyuzu, wave, wasabi aioli, spicy mayo Step 5: Choose your toppings - seaweed salad, masago, onion/garlic crisps, sesame seeds, nori, kani salad, wasabi masago, wasabi, avocado (+$1) UNLIMITED TOPPINGS AND MIXINS! Ok it's not as good as Pokeworks and they don't give as much fish, but for Flushing it's pretty good! I would definitely come back. They also have preset bowls you can choose. AND onigiri (rice balls)! YES they take credit card.