Super Ono Poke Ball will amaze you with combination of food and colours in their bowl, and the taste is so satisfying. Poke Ball (Pokemon) should not be confused with Super Ono’s Poke Bowl because they have different definitions. In Hawaiian, Ono means “delicious,” while Poke (pronounced “POH-keh”) means “to slice or cut.”
Why it has to do with Hawaii?
It is because poke bowl originated in Hawaii and was originally served as an appetiser and occasionally as a major dish.
Where can you get a poke bowl in Kota Kinabalu?
Besides Sharikat Biru-biru or Biru biru cafe in Australian Lane, you can get poke bowl from Super Ono, Plaza 333.
Super Ono poke bowls look quite appealing, with ingredients ranging from rice and quinoa to a complex protein like fresh tuna or baked chicken, and the best part is that you can pick or design your own poke bowl. You don’t have to be concerned about the portion size because the poke bowls are served in big portions at a reasonable price.
All are self-service; write your order, pay for it, and pick it up at the counter.
They incorporate a Hawaiian flair throughout the restaurant to enhance your eating experience while dining there.
I truly enjoy the cuisine; it’s delicious, and the portions are generous for a single person. The restaurant is spotless, and the personnel is excellent. Because everything is self-service, I don’t have anything to say about the service.
Serve No Pork
Super Ono plaza 333 Location
It is easy to locate Super Ono, you just need to get to pick and pay plaza 333 and go up to first floor.
- Monday – Sunday 11.00 am – 10.00 pm
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Be sure to check out Sabah Food Directory for list of eatery places around Sabah. If you are looking for a place to some sweet treat, perhaps you should try some cakes from Kak Kiah cake house which is just a stone’s throw away from Super Ono restaurant.
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