Island Poké set to open its Hawaiian cuisine restaurant in Wimbledon
Island Poké is set to make its debut in SW19, the world famous tennis destination, by opening a new restaurant on Wimbledon Broadway.
Rooted in the traditional Hawaiian cuisine which typically features fish and vegetables on a bed of sushi rice, Island Poké says it will bring its ‘Fresh Pacific Flavours’ to the neighbourhood this month using sustainable and high-quality ingredients that deliver on both flavour and feel-good factor.
Island Poke bowls.
Island Poké restaurants offer customers various poké bowl options, including chicken, vegetarian and vegan. In addition to a ‘build your own’ bowl, allowing customers to combine their favourite ingredients to create their bespoke poké bowl.
The new restaurant will also feature its brand new Poké Bao, a light and fluffy bao bun perfectly steamed to complement the ingredients, offering customers a fresh, tasty and handheld way to eat their poké.
James Gould-Porter, founder of Island Poké, said: “Opening in Wimbledon is a huge moment for us and we are delighted to be bringing our ‘Fresh Pacific Flavours’ to the area. It’s our mission to bring people a great and fresh alternative to the traditional lunch and dine-out offering and we think that the residents of Wimbledon are going to love it.”
Poké Bao range.
With the opening of the Wimbledon store, Island Poké will have a total of 30 restaurants, 19 in London and 11 in France. The company added that it is set to embark on its biggest growth ambition yet, with plans to open 100 locations across the UK in the next five years, including four new restaurants in Edinburgh.
Island Poké highlights that it its proud to support the SEAQUAL Initiative to combat marine plastic pollution and achieve a waste-free environment. In the restaurants the company uses sustainable Oceanic fabric seating (a recycled polyester fabric) to support the mission to clean up both the earth and its oceans.