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Build Your Own Poke Bowls and Burritos at Haddon Township’s Hawaiian Eatery

And don't forget a bubble tea!

Sushi Burrito from Ohana Poke Bowl
A poke burrito and bubble tea at Ohana Poke Bowl in Haddon Township. Photo: Emily Melvin

Ohana Poke Bowl in Haddon Township


A fast-casual Hawaiian eatery specializing in poke bowls and bubble tea, accented with bright blue walls, wooden fish decor and palm trees.


Ohana means family, and this small establishment has been serving guests as family since early 2020. Poke (pronounced po-kay) bowls are a health-conscious dish from Hawaii that combine protein—most traditionally raw fish—vegetables, fruit, sauces and crunchy toppings.

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Create-your-own poke bowls and salads begin with either a base of rice or lettuce. Choose a cold protein like tuna, salmon, shrimp or tofu, or cooked shrimp tempura or mochiko chicken. Choose from mix-ins of veggies and fruit, a tasty sauce, and crunchy toppings to complete the bowl. If you want to enjoy your bowl in a roll, create your own poke burrito—all the bowl’s greatness, just wrapped in seaweed paper. A trip to Ohana isn’t complete without bubble tea, an iced Asian drink made with milk, tea, fruit or other sweet flavors, and black tapioca pearls. If those aren’t sweet enough, order some vegan mochi ice cream.


Limited seating inside of the small shop. Bubble tea is buy one, get one half off, or buy two, get one free.

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Restaurant Details

  • Cuisine Type:
    Hawaiian - Sushi
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