4 different bowls of Poke with multiple sauces on the side

19 Best Spots to Get Poke on Oahu

Hawaii is known for its delicious food, but poke tends to be at the top of most visitors’ lists when it comes to experiencing the many delicacies the islands have to offer. However, since Oahu has so many poke spots, it can be challenging to decide which place to visit for a fresh poke bowl. Although you could try them all, that would take a very long time.

Therefore, we have assembled this list sharing the 19 best spots to get poke when on Oahu. In this guide, you can find the location, hours of operation, price, and best poke to try at each spot. We’ll also share the Tripadvisor link to help with finding the poke spot easily. So, here are the 19 best spots to get poke on Oahu, Hawaii.

1. Ono Seafood

  • Hours: Tues – Sat, 9am-6pm; Closed Sun-Mond
  • Location: 747 Kapahulu Avenue, Honolulu
  • Price: $

Ono Seafood is probably one of the most popular poke spots on Oahu. They are located in a great area, close to Waikiki Beach, and offer a wide selection of poke bowls.

Many people claim that their spicy ahi (tuna) poke is the best on the island, so it’s worth visiting if you find yourself in the area. However, go early as they sell out quickly!

2. Off The Hook Poke Market

  • Hours: Mon – Sat, 11am-6pm; Closed Sunday
  • Location: 2908 E Manoa Road, Honolulu
  • Price: $$

Off the Hook Poke Market is another trendy poke spot on Oahu. Although it isn’t located in Waikiki, many people venture out of their way to try the delicious poke offered at this spot, as is evident by the long line you’ll undoubtedly encounter when going.

The dish to try here is the sampler platter, which offers eight of their best-selling pokes.

3. Foodland

  • Hours: 6am – 9pm
  • Location: 59-720 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa
  • Price: $

You may think this is an odd one for this list, but you’ll be VERY surprised. Foodland is a popular grocery store in Hawaii, offering a wide variety of fresh foods, including fresh and frozen poke. They have a massive selection of poke to choose from, and it’s actually amazing!

Their oyster sauce ahi and secret spice ahi pokes are among the top favorites.

4. Fresh Catch

  • Hours: Tues – Sat, 10am-7pm; Sunday 10am-5pm; Closed Monday
  • Location: 1113 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu
  • Price: $

There are three Fresh Catch Poke spots on Oahu, and one is close to Waikiki. Fresh Catch offers more than thirty styles of poke, each being just as delicious as the other. However, some of their most popular poke are Ahi & Ahu Poke, Fireball Ahi, smoked Tako, and kimchee Top shell Poke.

5. Tamashiro Market

  • Hours: Sun – Weds, 8am-1pm; Fri – Sat, 8am-5pm
  • Location: 802 N King Street, Honolulu
  • Price: $$

Tamashiro Market is another supermarket on our list of the best poke spots in Oahu, which shows that you can find exceptional poke in the most unexpected places. Located in the heart of the old Kalihi neighborhood, be sure to arrive early to avoid the crowds.

While they offer the staple poke styles, they also have a variety of interesting options, such as Spicy Kajiki Scallop Poke, Grilled Teri Calamari Poke, and Blackend Ahi Poke.

6. Tamura’s Market

  • Hours: 7am-8pm
  • Location: 86-032 Farrington Highway Waianae
  • Price: $

Tamura’s Market is another supermarket serving fantastic poke. Tamura’s specializes in various Hawaiian specialty foods, and there are a couple of Tamura’s Market locations around Hawaii.

Try Tamura’s special sauce ahi poke when visiting. If you intend to go to Tamura’s Market for poke, we suggest going early to avoid the queues and to ensure they don’t run out of certain options.

7. Ulu Café

  • Hours: 6:30am-8:30pm
  • Location: 92 Aliinui Drive, Kapolei
  • Price: $$$

Ulu Café in Kapolei caters more to foreigners and tourists from the mainland. Although their poke bowls are delicious, they are a lot more expensive than most of the other spots mentioned in this list.

However, if you are seeking some other snacks in addition to your poke, Ulu Café offers a unique experience. They offer various styles of poke, but many have recommended the Spicy Ahi Poke.

8. Maguro Brothers

  • Hours: 9am-2:30pm; Closed Sunday
  • Location: 1120 Maunakea Street, Maunakea Food Court #111, Honolulu
  • Price: $

Maguro Brothers first opened in Chinatown, Hawaii but has since opened a store near Waikiki. The brothers, Ryojiro and Junichiro Tsuchiya, carefully break down the fish in front of the customers.

Maguro Brothers offers fresh and delicious poke bowls. There are various styles of poke to choose from, including the traditional Hawaiian-style poke. However, for the more adventurous, they also offer interesting poke styles, such as Hamachi (yellowtail) with wasabi, Ahi with Shiso, and Ahi with Ume.

9. Morning Catch in 88 Fresh Fish Market

  • Hours: 8:30am-2pm
  • Location: 145 N King Street, Honolulu
  • Price: $

88 Fresh Fish Market is a wet market in Honolulu’s Chinatown. One of the best poke spots, called Morning Catch, is located in this market. You will get an option of fatty ahi poke, which has a different flavor than the usual lean ahi used in most poke. While there are many poke styles to choose from, the King Salmon Poke and Spicy Ahi Poke come highly recommended.

10. Keeaumoku Seafood

  • Hours: Mon – Sat, 9am-8pm; Sunday 10am-8pm
  • Location: 1223 Keeaumoku Street, Honolulu
  • Price: $

Although Keeaumoku Seafood isn’t located near Waikiki or in the prestigious area of Honolulu, their poke is absolutely amazing and well worth the search. Keeaumoku Seafood offers many styles of poke, but the top-recommended types are Spicy Salmon, Spicy Ahi, and Oyster Sauce Ahi Poke.

11. Poke On Da Run

  • Hours: Mon – Fri, 10am-4pm; Closed Sat and Sun
  • Location: 909 Lehua Avenue, Pearl City
  • Price: $

When you visit Poke On Da Run, there might only be one or two poke options for the day. We recommend trying the Spicy Ahi Poke and Kamikaze Poke if available. One great benefit of Poke On Da Run is their poke is affordable, and they add plenty of furikake to the rice.

12. The Hibachi

  • Hours: Mon – Thurs, 11am-5:30pm; Fri – Sun, 11am-6:30pm
  • Location: 515 Kailua Road, Kailua
  • Price: $$

The Hibachi has some of the spiciest poke bowls available in Oahu, so listen up, all you spice lovers. While there are many other poke styles to choose from, their spicy pokes include Spicy Ahi Poke, Spicy Tobiko Poke, Spicy Thai Chili Basil Poke, Spicy Oyster Sauce Poke, and Spicy Scallop Poke.

13. Poke Bar

  • Hours: 11am-9pm
  • Location: 222 Lewers Street #L106, Waikiki Beach Walk, Honolulu
  • Price: $$

When visiting Poke Bar, you won’t get a set menu with different styles of poke. Instead, the menu is based on a build-your-own type. Therefore, you can choose all the ingredients you want to add to your poke bowl for a customized experience.

14. Musubi Café IYASUME

  • Hours: 7am-8pm
  • Location: 2427 Kuhio Avenue, Pacific Monarch Hotel 1F, Honolulu
  • Price: $

Musubi Café is a Japanese-style eatery offering various Japanese snacks, such as musubi and rice balls. This vegetarian-friendly shop is found across Hawaii, and fortunately, you can also find one in Oahu.

Although Musubi Café IYASUME offers various Japanese treats, they also have delicious Poke bowls. So be sure to go early to taste a variety of the great food on offer.

15. Haleiwa Beach House

  • Hours: Mon – Thurs, 11am-3pm; Fri – Sun, 11am-8pm
  • Location: 62-540 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa
  • Price: $$

Haleiwa Beach House gets very busy on the weekends, and they don’t take reservations. Therefore, it is recommended that you go early to enjoy the beautiful view and delicious poke bowls and other food served at this spot.

16. Nico’s Pier 38

  • Hours: Mon – Sat, 6:30am-9pm; Sunday 10am-9pm
  • Location: 1129 N Nimitz Highway, Honolulu
  • Price: $$

At Nico’s Pier 38 in Honolulu, you will have your choice of poke style, toppings, and rice. You can go with the traditional Shoyu Poke or try something new they have on the menu.

17. Aloha Poke Shop

  • Hours: Mon – Fri, 6am-3pm; Closed Sat and Sun
  • Location: 1111 Bishop Street Suite 116, Honolulu
  • Price: $$

Aloha Poke Shop is another great poke spot in Honolulu and offers many poke styles. However, what sets Aloha Poke Shop apart is that they mix Salmon and Ahi in some of their poke bowls, which makes it a wonderful variation of traditional poke.

18. Fish Hook Cafe

  • Hours: 7am-2pm
  • Location: 2045 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu
  • Price: $$

Fish Hook Cafe is the only 5-star restaurant in Waikiki and one of the top poke spots in the area. There are so many delicious and interesting seafood options on their menu. So, check out some of their other food when you visit to try the poke.

19. Aji Limo Truck

  • Hours: Open every day from 11:00 – 20:00
  • Location: 57-512 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa
  • Price: $

Aji Limo Truck makes some of the most delicious seafood dishes on the whole island. In addition to pan-seared fish, you can also get various styles of poke, such as Hawaiian-style and Mexican.