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Located in the ever popular Maginhawa, Ahi Hawaii made waves when they opened a little over year ago as one of the country’s pioneers for serving poke bowls and spam musubi.
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Poké /pou’kei/, which means “to slice or cut”, is a popular Hawaiian appetizer made from raw fish (usually salmon or ahi tuna), vegetables, and rice.
The Hawaiian themed restaurant is back at it again with new additions to their menu. Keeping things fresh, Ahi Hawaii is introducing five new rice bowls that will make you feel like you’re on a Hawaiian vacation.
Ahi Hawaii‘s original menu had some references from Disney’s Lilo and Stitch, which was their daughter’s favorite movie at the time. Now that she loves Moana, they were compelled to add new dishes inspired by the movie.
Pork BBQ, tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, and pineapple with a seasoned mayo
Fried fish, crabstick, melon, tomatoes, a sunny side up egg
According to co-owner Ryan, the Maui bowl is chock-full of ingredients and toppings. It’s exactly the kind of bowl demi-god Maui would need to keep his strength up.
Chicken BBQ, tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, and pineapple with a seasoned mayo
Seasoned tofu, malungay pesto, mushrooms, and an assortment of vegetables
Fun Fact: "Aina" means land in Hawaiian so Ahi Hawaii created a bowl with ingredients from the earth.
Seasoned fried chicken fillet, with crisp vegetables and apples
Let’s not forget Ahi Hawaii’s original poke bowls: Kaomi (seared tuna), Nani (marinated spam), and Ika (salmon and squid balls).
Butterfly Iced Tea and Brewed Iced Tea
Also check out their unique Sour Cream Sinigang and Luau BBQ fries, as well as their classic and cinnamon malasadas.
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