Time Out says
There's no need to reserve a five-star restaurant for sushi-grade bites. Nestled amidst 3rd street’s burgeoning boutiques and eateries, Mainland Poke serves up some of the highest quality fish around. Unlike traditional saturated poke, these seafood buffs choose to spotlight the freshness of their proteins sans marinade and instead top off the bowl with a drizzled sauce. Choose from a deli-case of manicured ahi, albacore, octopus and more, served on a bed of rice or salad, and amp it up with fresh garnishes of your choosing at $8.45 for small bowl and $10.95 for a large (aloha bowls without a base go up to $14.95). Savor house favorites like the “Ichiban” made with albacore, pickled ginger, green onions, tobiko and topped with wasabi cream. For a fiery twist, order the “That fire!” made with tuna, furikake, chili flakes, jalapeño, siracha and wasabi cream—a sweat-inducing, tantalizing concoction that you can guzzle down with sweet housemade lemonades. You pay a pretty penny for the small portion size, but for combinations and quality this grandiose, it’s so worth it.
8312 1/2 West Third St
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am-10pm|
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