Howzit and Aloha!

10016 Edmonds Way

Edmonds, WA 98020

Howzit and Aloha!

10016 Edmonds Way

Edmonds, WA 98020

About Us

Grindz

Our menu changes daily as we source all of our ingredients daily – so check out our current menu on our Facebook Page.


Our Poke and Poke Bowls are 

Hawaiian-Style... meaning that it's all

about the poke. If you're looking for all the sides, that's not our style. 


The Ahi is Fresh from Hawaii, Salmon from BC Canada and the Hamachi and Tako are from Japan – All Premium Sushi Grade 1. We also have specials of locally sourced fresh seafood as well.


Sustainable fish is fresh and never frozen.

All produce is organic and MSG Free.


         *These menu items are served raw. Consuming raw or undercooked seafood may increase your risk of foodborne illness.

Da Kine FAQs

  1. Pronounced Poh-Kay.
  2. Translated from Hawaiian, it means
    "to cut into cubes".
  3. Poke began when fishermen seasoned cutoffs to eat after filleting the fish. 
  4. It's the most popular pupu after work, during games or hanging out with friends.
  5. If you like raw fish or sushi, it's a good bet you'll like poke.
  6. There is a HUGE difference between Sushi Grade 1 Fresh and previously frozen!
  7. We only take orders in person like da good 'ole days... Remember? Good!
  8. Crocs sponsors all of our staff shoes! Check um out Bra!
  9. Facebook/eatonopoke; Instagram/eatonopoke;
    Twitter/eatonopoke
  10. 2017 Best of Western Washington for both "Best New Restaurant" and "Best Poke"

Hanabata Dayz 2 Now

Born and raised in Kahalu'u, O'ahu
I grew up as a waterboy - fishing,
surfing and diving every chance I got.
My Uncle Reuben was a commercial fisherman who taught me how to cut fish and make Poke at a very young age.
His boat, the Popo Too, is still moored
at the He'eia Kea Pier. I even use
the knife he gave me when
I was 8 years old everyday!


I was, and continue to be, a Foodie even before it became a thing. I know all the best places to eat... ask anyone who knows me and they'll tell you! 


Since moving to Seattle, the one craving I always have is for authentic Hawaiian-style poke. No mo hea la dat – So I had to open my own place!
Come by, eat some poke and talk story. Mahalo and A Hui Hou!

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We welcome you as our Ohana, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.

Ono Authentic Hawaiian Poke

10016 Edmonds Way, Edmonds, WA 98020

(425) 361-7064

Hours

Tuesday - Sunday: 11am - 7pm

Closed: When get waves, holidays or when get no more poke. Monday too for all da Potagee's who neva read dis.