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Published on June 18, 2018
Craving poke? Here are Sacramento's top 5 options for fresh fish in a flashPhoto: Poke Noke/Yelp

Looking to sample the best poke around town? 

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top poke sources in Sacramento, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fulfill your urges.

1. Poke Fix

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Topping the list is Poke Fix. Located at 3880 Truxel Road, Suite 200 in Natomas, the fast-casual poke joint is the highest rated poke spot in Sacramento, boasting 4.5 stars out of 273 reviews on Yelp.

In addition to the good value of its customizable poke bowls, Yelpers praise the house signature Poke Bake: a baked shrimp and crab salad topped with masago, green onions, furikake and unagi sauce as well as additions like salmon.

2. Poke Noke

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Next up is Sierra Oaks's Poke Noke, situated at 2254 Fair Oaks Blvd. by the University Village shopping center. With 4.5 stars out of 266 reviews on Yelp, the poke eatery has proven to be a local favorite.

While the bowls are fully customizable and come with unlimited toppings, diners can also choose one of the house favorite preset styles, like the Pepper-Fin bowl with albacore, jalapeno, masago and cucumber.

3. Make Fish Poke & Sushi Burrito

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Midtown's Make Fish Poke & Sushi Burrito, located at 1801 L St., Suite 70, is another top choice, with Yelpers giving the Hawaiian spot four stars out of 776 reviews. It's one of four Make Fish locations in the Sacramento area (the others are found under the name Delilah's Market by Make Fish.)

Diners can full customize their poke bowls with unlimited toppings or try one of the signature nori-wrapped sushi burritos, like the Triple Sashimi with tuna, salmon, albacore, guacamole, red tobiko, egg, veggies and spicy mayo.  

4. Fish Face Poke Bar

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Over in Downtown's R St. Corridor, check out Fish Face Poke Bar, which has earned four stars out of 512 reviews on Yelp.

Customers especially praise its creamy cilantro dressing and the high quality of its fish, although some are critical of the prices (each topping is sold separately). You can find the bar, which also offers beer and more, at 1104 R St., Suite 100 inside the WAL Public Market.

5. Ohana Poke Bar

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Last but not least, there's Ohana Poke Bar, a Southside Park favorite with 4.5 stars out of 131 reviews. Yelpers praise its large poke boxes and the quality of its ikura (salmon roe) as well as its standard bowls, but keep in mind: there is no indoor seating.

Stop by 1809 S St., Suite 103 to hit up the Hawaiian take-out spot next time you're in the mood for poke.