1. How to Build a Poke Bowl

    In our last blog post, we discussed the endless variety of poke bowls and how poke bowls have evolved from simplistic creations of a fish and seaweed with some added salt, to marvelous creations of not only fish and seaweed, but also rice, chicken, quinoa, tacos, nachos, and endless more. The International Poke Company offers the best poke bowl creations in Colorado Springs, from our market salads…Read More

  2. The History of Poke in Hawaii

    Fish on Fridays has been a tradition for many, many years. Fish is one of the healthiest foods for you. Fish is high in protein, low in fat, and full of healthy fats, especially omega-3 fatty acids. Fish is light, cooks fast (or not at all in the case of sushi or poke), and makes a great meal when you’re in a rush. The International Poke Company offers the best poke bowls in Colorado Springs. Ch…Read More

  3. Poke FAQs

    If you’re wondering about the mouthwatering dish that is poke, you’ve come to the right place! The International Poke Company in Colorado Springs is incredibly passionate about this Hawaiian-inspired dish, which is why we’ve dedicated our livelihood to serving up some of the best poke in Colorado. We offer poke dishes from around the world, so if you want a taste of Peru, Thailand, or Hawaii…Read More

  4. Add These Ingredients To Your Poke Bowl For A Healthy Kick

    According to Business Insider, poke was the biggest fast casual trend of 2017. This comes as no surprise to us, because we think poke is one of the healthiest and most convenient dishes out there! At The International Poke Company in Colorado Springs, we’re passionate about providing internationally inspired poke to residents and visitors of Colorado. We offer poke dishes from all around the wor…Read More

  5. What Is A Poke Bowl?

    People all over the world are freaking out over poke bowls, but what exactly are these delicacies? Translated from Hawaiian, poke means “to slice or cut,” and often refers to raw fish or meat. This unique dish is traditionally made with the cheaper part of a firm fish (like the tail or head), before it is cut into thick cubes. This nutritious, customizable dish is ubiquitous in Hawaii, and has…Read More