Seoul Poke Bowl
Lower South End
Not bad for poke. The selection of ingredients looked and tasted fresh. You can customize your own bowl or the staff can make recommendations. It would have been nice to have more sauce options and the portion of the main components could be a bit more. Other than that, I was satisfied with my poke bowl.
Reasonably priced bowls at $11 for 2!proteins over your choice of base and toppings. The fish was fresh and cut into sizable chunks! They also offer bulgogi and spicy pork, but the raw fish is really the best value! Toppings include big mango chunks, edamame, and hot Cheetos.
Searching through Charlotte and trying out poke everywhere and this is hands down my favorite! Fresh big chunks of fish and other proteins to choose from along with so many options to customize your bowl with and the sauces bring everything to a new level! Mango chili and eel sauces are my go to! Their menu keeps expanding and if you dont know what to get you wont be disappointed with whatever you end up choosing!
Servings are great. The food is fast, delicious and the have a great variety for vegans, gluten free and vegetarians. Staff is fast and friendly!
James J Webster
Highly recommended. Try a make-your-own bowl. With rice, 3 proteins and 5 toppings, it's a generous meal for under $14. The fish is cut into identifiable pieces, even the spicy tuna (which at other places more closely resembles pate than fish). I used to get poke bowls from Sushi Guru (RIP) but theirs had more rice than fish. This is not the case at Seoul. I also like the musubi - a large warm seasoned rice with a slab of omelette and a slab of seared Spam. It sounds like gross stoner food, but it's actually surprisingly delicious. Larger than a piece of nigiri and a really tasty protein-rich snack.