Seaside Poke Elevates Its Menu
“Upon your first visit to SeaSide, they’ll recommend that you try one of the signature bowls first. Choosing from the menu of chef-crafted combinations is a less overwhelming way to ease into the fray of permutations. There’s a bowl for every palate”
SeaSide Poke ready to bowl over EaDo
“The menu is simple. In addition to build-your-own bowls - rice or salad topped by tuna, salmon or yellowtail augmented by sauces, seaweed, avocado, fish roe in bowls of two sizes, $10 and $13 - it features several signature bowls. Examples: Salmon Ponzu; Truffle Yellowtail; Spicy Tuna.”
First look: SeaSide Poke in EaDo
“Alex Boquiren remembers a time when the East side of downtown was a culinary no-man's land with few dining and drinking options. And that was only years ago. Today, it's as if the fast-forward button was pushed on the EaDo neighborhood as construction growth ..”
First Bite: Seaside Poke
"Like most poke spots throughout the city, Seaside offers a build-your-own option. But you shouldn’t take it. Nguyen and Srey have done far better than you could. The menu of two regular bowls plus a weekly special.."
Not Just Another Poke Restaurant
“While most poke outposts tout classic ingredients such as shoyu, nori, wasabi, and masagoas fish toppings, Seaside takes it up a notch with offbeat toppers such as fried shallots, torched crispy rice, truffles, puffed rice, and gochuchang."
Seaside Poke’s Seasonal Bowl Is Subtle In All the Right Ways
“WHEN I VISITED SEASIDE POKE FOR THE FIRST TIME, I was impressed by the creative collages of flavors and textures represented in their poke bowls. It was July and 90 degrees outside. When I visited Seaside Poke for the second time, I was again impressed. It was October and again 90 degrees outside.”