Molokai has a variety of choices for all tastes. We don’t eat seafood due to allergies, so I was a bit worried that the choice would be limited because I had the misconception that poké bowls, were mainly fish. It was a pleasant surprise to see all the choices including non-water creatures.
When we pick up our food it takes us a while to decide because everything sounds so yummy! My picnic date (my husband) chooses Tropical Beef. His bowl includes rice, dried meat, carrots, pomegranate, pineapple, avocado, crispy onions, coriander and Molokai sauce.
I decide to have Jungle Chicken. It sounds too exciting to pass up even though ordering chicken on a menu goes against all my usual rules of eating out since it’s a staple in our household. This dish includes lentils, spices, chicken, onions, mushrooms, zucchini with a parsley sauce, grilled peanuts, onions, and rose tahini sauce.
It is fun to watch them assemble the poké bowls. We have no doubts the bowls are going to be full!
We choose their refreshing Vitalay Iced Tea for drinks. I had the Moroccan Green Mint Tea and my husband picked Bali Green Ginger Tea.
Note: They also offer you the option of assembling your own poké bowl.