Listen up, Dallas. Mama’s here with some of the best poke in town. At Mamsan House of Poke, enjoy fresh poke bowls and sushi burritos. The fast-casual restaurant recently opened off 75 & Fitzhugh and is open for lunch, dinner and late-night bites. It’s more than just raw fish here. They offer five categories of protein (seafood, chicken, pork, beef and veggie), so there’s something for every appetite.




Unique to the menu are the ROLLS and the BOWLS. The roll is similar to a sushi roll, but bigger and better. Nori and white sushi rice hold your choice of protein in a handheld wrap. We sampled the Japanese BBQ Skirt Steak, a must-order meal for meat eaters.

As for the bowl, a bed of brown rice is topped with adzuki beans, asian greens, quinoa, black sesame and ginger dressing, along with your choice of protein.

Both options are packed with healthy ingredients, and you can also choose one of the signature sauces to enhance the meal.

The rolls are easy to eat and will satisfy your appetite. Next to the rolls, above, is the shrimp tempura bowl; lightly battered with a crunchy texture that will leave you wanting more!



The Ahi Tuna Bowl, pictured above, is a packed meal with flavorful bites.


Try one of the four signature sauces to complement the flavors of your meal.


We recommend ordering the Poke Nachos, a shareable appetizer that’ll really pump you up for your meal to come. The nachos come with ahi tuna poke, crispy/homemade wonton chips, watermelon radish, chunks of avocado, a creamy spicy mayo, green onions, cilantro pesto, and shishito peppers (for an extra hint of spicy).


We toured the kitchen with the management team and discovered this nifty gadget – a Japanese sushi rice machine. This bad boy dumps out layers of rice. Coolest.Machine.Ever!


Enjoy six flavors of iced teas that are cold brewed overnight daily. The  restaurant also offers draft beers, canned wine, and of course, sake! Additionally, they serve up a frozen drink called the Mamaconda. This frozen delight tastes like a pina colada wth ginger.


Last but not least, diners can order poke by the pound… what Mamasan calls a “Poke Party.” Choose from Ahi Tuna Poké, Yellow Fin Tuna Poké or Salmon Poké.
Stay tuned on Mamasan’s social media pages for their happy hour program coming soon, as well as seasonal menu items.
(Disclaimer: My menu sampling was complimentary, and all opinions are my own.)