Sweet Poké

This is the second location of the Sweet Poke chain. Located across the street for Gelatology and in the same plaza as Creamberry and Coco donuts, it follows the same format as most other local poke/sushi burrito places. They have some house specials or you can build your own. I opted for a regular sized… Continue reading Sweet Poké

Poke Addiction

Located off of Lake Mead Blvd in the same complex as Whole Foods close to the 95, they have some suggested dishes/flavors but you can also customize bowls and burritos. Available ingredients are typical of what you’ll find elsewhere. Among their own creations I enjoyed their Gluttony bowl ($11.95). The combination of yellowtail, cucumber, sweet… Continue reading Poke Addiction

Tail and Fin

The second location of Tail & Fin opened up in the Trails Village — a part of Summerlin mostly devoid of good eateries. They took over the space formerly occupied by Dairy Queen and they’ve done a great job modernizing it. The interior is beautiful with a clean, contemporary look. Their brand is more developed… Continue reading Tail and Fin

To See Roll

This part of the southwest is littered with poke shops almost every block. But, the one I go to time and again has been To See Roll. Like most others, it’s a Subway/Chipotle style of assembling your food starting with a base (black rice is an option), protein, sauces, and toppings. I like the quality… Continue reading To See Roll

Soho Sushi Bowlrrito

Located just down the street from its sister restaurant, Soho Japanese Restaurant, this sushi burrito spot is one of many in the area. You can build your own bowl or choose one of their signature bowls. I opted for the Waikiki ($8.50) made with ahi tuna, red onion, green onion, furikake, seaweed and sesame soy.… Continue reading Soho Sushi Bowlrrito