Haute Top 5: The Best Poke in Las Vegas in 2017

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Hawaiian favorite poke features sushi grade fish mixed up in a salad and topped with sesame, seaweed, macadamia nuts and other flavorful treats. Soba noodles or rice form the base, and proteins ranging from Ahi tuna, salmon or even tofu make up your starting point for these dishes you can often customize. Here’s a look at five restaurants where poke is one of the stars of the menu in Las Vegas.

1 Paina Cafe

The originator of the poke bowl from Hawaii brings Ahi tuna and shoyu versions to get a true taste of the islands.
6870 Spring Mountain Road; 702-272-2790

2 Roy's

The Hawaiian-style ahi poke at Roy’s features Ahi tuna, shoyu, rayu, inamona nuts, wakame salad and sea salt.
620 E. Flamingo Road; 702-691-2053

3 Pokeman

Izakaya Go owns this poke and sushi burrito restaurant with a full menu of poke bowls. Try miso salmon or Hawaiian style versions.
3735 Spring Mountain Road; 702-550-6466

4 Island Flavor

Island Flavor offers three different types of poke dishes with fried ahi poke, freshly chopped ahi poke, with customizable options of shoyu, sesame or furikake style, or the fried poke salad, a combination of sweet potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes and poke served on a bed of greens, topped with sesame dressing.
8090 S. Durango Drive; 702-876-2024

5 Makai Pacific Island Grill

The Ahi tuna poke here comes a la carte per pound or as a full plate option with rice and side choices such as garlic edamame or sweet corn.
5165 S. Fort Apache Road; 702-982-6200