Poke plate is similar to sashimi-on-rice-bowl you get in Japan, except the Poke is marinated (sayou, wasabi, sesame, etc). I think it make a lot of sense to order the Poke on-the-side because putting cold Poke on top of hot rice makes both lukewarm quickly.
I had Poke both here and in Ono Seafood in Oahu. I honest can't tell the difference between the taste of the two. Suisan (or other Big Island poke vendor like KTA and Stack'n save) do have a wider selection including the Mixed Poke and things like crab, oyster, squid or octopus.
I had the Mixed Poke which had two kind of fish and other seafood mix. I was surprise there were also two small abalones. While it was cool to have them, the abalones actually does not taste fresh.
The Suisan is next to Suisan market, which is listed on many Tourist Guide to have fish auction Tsukiji style. It was much smaller obviously.
We arrived at 7:30am on a Tuesday and saw only one boat coming in with the fresh caught (4 to 5 foot long Ahi). Made for great picture none the less.
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