Grab-and-go chain Island Poké launches seventh site

Hawaiian grab-and-go eatery Island Poké has announced the launch of its seventh site, located at 137 Victoria St, London.

The Victoria restaurant will open to the public on the 14 May offering its signature poke bowls, ahi tuna shoyu bowl and salmon in a yuzu dressing as well as its regular menu items.

The Victoria restaurant’s interiors will incorporate Island Poké’s trademark fresh and modern design with sleek wooden fixtures, light open spaces and a relaxed ambience. Although best known for its fresh fast food and takeaway offering, the Victoria site will have space for 12 diners to eat in, with swing seating, wooden benches, stools and tables providing adequate room for guests.

The new site is the latest addition to the Island Poké brand, with sites currently operating in Broadgate Circle, Kingly Street, Canary Wharf, Great Titchfield Street, and Bank with the latest site recently opening in Shoreditch in November 2018. Strengthening its London presence, the brand also plans to launch its biggest site to date in Waterloo in July.

Founded in 2015 by James Porter, Island Poké has revitalised the lunchtime scene with its fresh take on Hawaiian-inspired poké. This concept was inspired by his years of family holidays in Hawaii. His experience of the country’s culture encouraged him to bring the poké dish to Londoners.

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