Arlington Eats: A Taste of Hawaii in The American Dream City

Come along for a mouthwatering ride and catch The American Dream City’s cultural diversity and unique cuisine with Arlington Eats on MyArlingtonTV.

In this month’s edition of Arlington Eats, host Andrew Tanielian visits Ahi Poke Bowl, located at 3701 S. Cooper St, #169 Arlington, TX 76015.

Owners, Chef Khang Vo and his business partner Ronnie Lee grew up together in Hawaii and are very familiar with how popular poke is. They are the first to bring the popular Hawaiian poke bowl dish to Texas.

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The make-your-own poke bowl establishment in The American Dream City allows customers to choose what type of fresh fish they want as their poke. These options include three types of ahi tuna (Hawaiian, shoyu and spicy), salmon, popcorn shrimp and fried salmon.

Customers can choose either rice or salad as the base of the bowl and then move on to additional toppings, like crab meat or seaweed salad to name a few.

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