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New Northside Restaurant Adds More Poké, Sushirritos and More 

  • Jessica Elizarraras

Last June, poké, a raw Hawaiian salad, made its way to SA and our lives have never been the same. And this week, San Anto finally got its own poké shop.

Rolling Fish Sushirritos and Poké opened last Friday at 12730 I-10 W. Suite 304 in the same shopping complex as a Twin Peaks and Hu Hot Mongolian Grill. The shop is inside a former froyo spot so expect a shot gun (or in this case, shot fun) design and bar seating along the left wall. 
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  • Jessica Elizarraras

The menu includes poké your way at $8.95 for two proteins and $10.95 for three, with your choice of base (bowl, salad or sushirrito), choice of protein (Ahi tuna, spicy tuna, salmon, chicken, boiled shrimp, shrimp tempura, eel and crab sticks), mix-ins (cucumber, mango, edamame, carrots), dressings (house classic, umami shoyu, ponzu, spicy ginger), toppings (crab salad, avocado, green onion, seaweed salad, furikake) and a "crunch" (garlic crisps, wonton crispis, bonito flakes, lotus chips or nori).

Six signature poké bowls are also available in case you're not in the mood to pick and choose. Bubble teas and smoothies will be featured and Rolling Fish is already serving up 'grammable Light Bulb teas.

12730 I-10 W., Suite 304, (210) 592-1003.

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