Daysha’s Poke Nachos

Daysha's Poke Nachos | Uwajimaya

Daysha’s Poke Nachos

Hi there, Daysha here- all the way from the 808 to the 206! Uwajimaya is nothing short of a melting pot- as a culmination of food, culture, and community. I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of the ‘Waji ohana since moving from little ole’ Hilo town on the Big Island 4 years ago. Here, I get to share with you my take on Poke’ nachos- chips made of won ton pi topped with fresh fish, drizzled with spicy mayo and unagi sauce (my secret ingredient). Its good kine grindz (promise kine!) especially with the poke from our Seafood department. Make ‘um for your braddahs & frenz, and tag us @Uwajimaya if you do! Me ke Aloha - Daysha

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