There are few things we have zero complaints about - crewneck sweatshirts, a walk around Green Lake on a crisp fall day, and the entirety of Tim Robinson’s I Think You Should Leave (especially the “Chunky” sketch). Poke from Seattle Fish Guys is also on that list. Between the soy-marinated tuna, spicy salmon, furikake rice, and smoky macaroni salad, this is a bowl that’s better than the sum of its parts - even though each part is excellent.
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