Where To Eat Poke In Houston Right Now


U Maki Maki Bowl

U-Maki Sushi Burrito was recently featured in an article on the Eater Houston website.

Poke restaurants have officially taken over Space City, and the trend shows no signs of slowing down.
For the unfamiliar, poke restaurants generally follow a pretty similar formula. Diners choose a base (usually rice or salad), then add a few scoops of their protein of choice (ahi tuna, salmon, or even tofu) that has been tossed in a sauce like ponzu, soy, or spicy mayo. The bowl is finished with a variety of garnishes like a scoop of crab, furikake, masago, or avocado, among others.In Houston, these restaurants serve up an endlessly customizable selection of poke bowls, including gluten-free and vegetarian options. Go forth, and consider this the official raw fish bucket list.

1 U’Maki Sushi Burrito

It turns out sushi burritos and delicious poke bowls make natural allies, and no one serves up that dream team like U’Maki. Create a custom bowl piled high with fresh fish and crisp veggies or go for one of the bowls on the menu, like the Wild Cajun with crawfish and crunchy tempura flakes, or the Deep Diver with spicy salmon, spicy tuna and unagi sauce. This place also serves generous portions, which is a big plus.
10111 Louetta Rd #600
Houston, TX 77070
(281) 272-6978 …

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