We had a good lunch today. Different, but good. Look at Paddles Up Poke for a very sufficient Hawaiian bowl. They’re open HOURS: Monday – Saturday: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm, Sunday: Closed LOCATIONS: WE DELIVER IN DT BOISE! and they are located at Downtown Boise: 237 N. 9th St. Boise, ID 83702

Paddles Up Poké is Idaho’s first and only specialty poké restaurant, located in the heart of Downtown Boise. Paddles Up provides Idahoans with a quick meal to support their active lifestyles. Whether you’re in need of some fuel between meetings, or just grabbing a bite to eat before you hit the river, Paddles Up has got you covered!

Robin had a Paddles Up Bowl – Tuna, Avocado, Onion, Cucumber, Green Onion, Ginger, Sesame Seeds which, she said was pretty good. I had a Lucky Peak Shellfish – Shrimp, Scallops, Crab, Sweet Onion, Cucumber, Sweet Korean, Carrots, Green Onion, Sesame Seeds, which was good, I will get a small bowl next time. I just wish the shrimp were something larger than the micro salad shrimp and bay scallops – the small ones. hey were 1 oz servings. I will rate this at a 31/2-Star restaurant. Left-Click any of these photos to see them enlarged.

Inside. Order at the counter. It moves pretty quickly.

Lucky Peak Shellfish Bowl

Here is a little more about them from their webpage.

Poké (pronounced POH-KAY) means “to section, slice, or to cut.” This Hawaiian classic is a very casual meal, that families in Hawaii have been packing on the go for years. Poké has now evolved into trendy rice bowls that are customized per order. This tasty lunch is simple: chunks of raw fish marinated in our special house Piranha Sauce, packed with all the tasty toppings that you can find on your classic sushi rolls, and served on top of a bed of brown rice, white rice, zoodles, or fresh mixed greens.

Paddles Up was founded in August, 2016 by Dan Landucci. When you heard the name you may have said, “Why Paddles Up?” Well, to answer your question, when you’re rafting, putting your paddles up signifies to get into attack mode when approaching rapids. The term stuck and putting your paddles up has become a life motto for the Landucci family. In August, Dan decided to put his paddles up and attack his life long dream of owning a restaurant. Dan partnered up with his long time friend, Jordan Tapangco, and together they have built a spot where Idahoans can go to refuel for their next adventure in life.