Bluefin Tuna Poke

1 total reviews


Species: Bluefin Tuna
Scientific Name: Thunnus orientalis
Japanese Name: Hon Maguro
Cut: Poke cubes; skin-off, no bones
Flavor: Distinct medium-full flavor ranging from light to rich umami
Texture: Ranging from soft to semi-firm
Source: Ranched in or near Baja, Mexico
Sustainable: No
Responsible: Yes
Packaged: Frozen
Sushi Grade: Yes
Recommended Preparation: Sushi, Seared


Superfrozen upon packaging. Store in conventional freezer, for best results and to reduce chance of oxidization (color change) please consume immediately or within 1-2 weeks.


Keep product in package, place in cold water for 15 to 30 minutes, until thawed. Pat dry with paper towel to remove excess moisture. Enjoy immediately or refrigerate and consume within 24 hours.

Pro Tip: Keep product in package, defrost in running water. Once thawed, remove from package, pat dry with paper towel to remove excess moisture. Enjoy immediately or refrigerate and consume within 24 hours.

Our Pacific Bluefin Tuna Poke are cubed cuts of our prized bluefin tuna! These cuts are highly recommended for any recipe that calls for Bluefin Tuna cubed such as poke salad and poke appetizers! Each cube is individually frozen for easy defrost and prep!

Riviera Seafood Club's prized Pacific Bluefin Tuna (Hon Maguro) are responsibly ranched in Baja California, Mexico by Bluefiná and known around the world for it's rich, meaty flavor and delicate features.

With every bite of this delectable sushi-grade fish you are greeted with a distinct medium-full flavor shifting between light to rich umami, complemented by a sophisticated texture ranging from soft to semi-firm with the skin-off and no bones.

Time your defrost process to a couple of hours before your meal for the optimal outcome.

Yes and no. Yes, you can refreeze it for a future cooking preparation. No, if you plan on using it for raw preparation.

Yes! We suggest that most super-frozen products may be stored in a conventional freezer for up to 2 months upon usage.

The United States is late to the game... Many countries, including Japan, depend on this technology to assure minimal loss in quality and maximum gain in shelf life.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Quality wasn’t as expected. Fish is grey, not anything like the picture. And it had a fishy smell as soon as it thawed. Properly handled fish should smell like the ocean or have no smell at all.