Dine in is available!
Dine in is available!
May all the good things of life be yours, not only at Thanksgiving but throughout the coming year.
Back to school promotion. We have everything 20% OFF for you until Sept. 1st. Enjoy the healthy and tasty Poke originated at Hawaii.
Boiler Up! It's the final sprint before the semester ends! Good luck to everyone with final exams. Poke Hibachi has the best protein to support your final week. Come when you take a break :)
We are on Exponent. Boiler makers' favorite Poke and Hibachi. Come and check out on the Grand Prix day! Boiler up!
Order your favorite Hibachi grill, and add extra chicken, steak, eel, or others for a couple more dollars. This is a perfect way to recharge your mind. Boiler Up!
Spring break has ended, but the joy of life continues. At Poke Hihachi, we have delicious and favorable Asian-style drinks. On Wednesdays, we offer free drinks ($2 value) with meal purchase. Enrich your experience with our special drinks imported from Asian.
Besides Poke, we also have a variety selection of Hibachis including beef, chicken, shrimp, salmon and tofu. Hibachi serves with mixed grilled vegetables and teriyaki sauce. It is definitely the choice if you are super hungry.
- Catherine YGreat portions! Flavorful and rich in spice and zest. One of my favorite places to get poké!
- Eli MGood poke. Prices are high but I feel they’re worth it. Food is always ready when I arrive and I haven’t had anything bad from there
BriThe interior decoration is adorable and I cannot wait to come back once everything is back up to visiting capacity. I ordered a white rice bowl with fresh salmon and spicy salmon. I got a lot of add-on foods and I was super happy with the fact that my poke bowl was packed to the top by the time my order was complete. Every ingredient was very fresh. There were plenty of options. I thought the miso soup tasted like what you would expect out of a good miso soup made from a classic recipe (that is to say, delicious). I will mention that I feel like the prices are slightly higher than other poke restaurants I have been to in the past around the Indianapolis area. There were also a lot of ingredients that were upcharged like mango, avocado, masago, and seaweed salad. It was about $30 for two poke bowls and two miso soups. On the other hand, there are not any other poke shops in the Greater Lafayette area and I am not going to complain overall about paying a few dollars extra given that ...