"Let's eat poke."
Translation:E ʻai kākou i ka poke.
Ok, let me qualify my statement. I don't think poke should be shown with rice in the Hawaiian language portion of DL, because rice is not a Hawaiian food. Showing Asian foods ( thought they may be eaten in Hawaii ) in a Hawaiian cultural space is a reinforcement of settler colonialism, and it results in the erasure of Hawaiian culture by substitution.
Poke bowls are often served at Japanese style/influenced restaurants. So rice is used to make a "complete meal". In Japanese terms, poke falls more in the category of sashimi than sushi as it is a raw seafood dish without rice.
Poke often will traditionally be eaten as main or side dish of a meal including other dishes of poi, laulau, etc. Regardless of presentation or cultural viewpoint, I think it is 'ono and will eat it as often as I can!