In the realm of competitive sports, few individuals can claim to have achieved greatness both inside and outside the ring. One such individual is Timothy Bradley, a former prize-winning boxer who has successfully transitioned into the world of entrepreneurship with his venture, Haus of Poke.
Timothy Bradley’s journey to becoming a household name in boxing wasn’t an easy one. Hailing from Palm Springs, California, Bradley faced numerous challenges throughout his career. However, his unwavering determination and fierce work ethic propelled him to victory, earning him multiple championship titles and recognition as one of boxing’s finest.
After retiring from professional boxing, Timothy Bradley sought a new challenge aligned with his passion for healthy living and a balanced lifestyle. That’s when he found his calling in the vibrant world of cuisine, specifically Hawaiian poke.
In partnership with skilled chefs and culinary experts, Timothy Bradley established Haus of Poke, a fusion poke restaurant that captures the essence of traditional Hawaiian flavors with a modern twist. Located in the heart of Palm Springs, Haus of Poke aims to provide a unique dining experience that caters to both poke aficionados and newcomers to this delectable cuisine.
Poke is a traditional Hawaiian dish that has gained popularity around the world in recent years. The word “poke” (pronounced poh-kay) means “to slice” or “to cut” in Hawaiian, which refers to the way the raw fish is prepared for this dish.
Poke typically consists of bite-sized pieces of fresh raw fish, such as tuna or salmon, marinated in a flavorful sauce. The fish is usually seasoned with soy sauce, sesame oil, sea salt, and other ingredients like ginger, garlic, and chili peppers to add depth and spice. Additional ingredients are often added for flavor and texture, such as onions, scallions, seaweed, avocado, and even mango.
One of the great things about poke is its versatility. You can customize it to your liking by choosing your preferred type of fish, sauce, and toppings. It can be served as an appetizer, a main course, or even as a topping for rice or salad.
1: Pick your size – small, medium, large, or burrito style.
2: Pick your base – rice, wanton chips or salad.
3: Pick your protein – octopus, tofu, ahi tuna, salmon, yellowtail, or shrimp.
4: Customize with mix-ins like edamame, cucumber, onion, mango, or seaweed.
5: Add a sauce – haus special, tritonal, ponzu, eel sauce, spicy mongo, mustard ponzu, or lemongrass.
6: Add a topping – crab meat, pickled ginger, wasabi, spicy tuna, serrano chilis, mango, avocado, or seaweed salad.
Monday – Wednesday, 10:30 am – 3 pm. 5 – 9 pm. Closed 3 – 5 pm.
Open Thursday – Saturday until 10 pm.
Sunday, Noon – 6:30 pm.
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