Go Fish Poke Serves A Swimmingly Good Bowl

DSC00620by Steven Doyle

The Poke Bowl phenomenon in Dallas is rising to a fever pitch as we witness these restaurants popping up across the foodie landscape in Dallas. The latest to arrive at our doorsteps comes from a Tony Lin, a sushi master who practices his trade in Rockwall at a restaurant called Edo Japan.

It was while visiting California that Lin discovered his love for the bowl and started planning Go Fish Poke several years ago.  


Now open for business in Preston Center Go Fish has quickly become a neighborhood favorite, serving up a variety of ingredients including ahi tuna, salmon, shrimp, crab and tofu to name a few, plus plenty of salad items to beef up the bowls designed by your own personality. Sauces are not an afterthought, and you may make your bowl as spicy or sweet as you might enjoy. You build them to your own taste.

“The bowls all have a sushi quality to them. I brought in my own sushi chefs to prepare the ingredients, and all is made with very high quality,” Lin told us on a recent visit.



The fish is cut with large and perfectly sliced chunks that makes this poke bowl extra satisfying. Variety is definitely the Go Fish advantage.

Go Fish has quickly integrated with area schools and will be offering nights where he will be donating a portion of proceeds. Look for more Go Fish locations sprouting up across the Dallas area very quickly this year.

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  1. Sam

    Poke is a new healthy food recipe. Not only they have healthy options but also they are good in taste. We can eat poke as a burrito, salad, poke bowl or sushi.

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