Island Poké launches first-ever kiosk at Camden Market

The chain has over ten outlets in the country so far.

Island Poké has opened its first-ever kiosk at Camden Market.

The kiosk, located at the Lower Market Hall, includes five counter spaces for sit-in dining. The menu features the brand’s tried and tested poké bowls, with a ‘build your own’ option that can have over 52,000 combinations.

A ‘£1 bowl day’ will take place on May 26 as part of the launch.

“Camden Market has a tenant mix that we feel we work really well with, and a customer base that we’re certain will relate to our brand and ethos. Opening a kiosk here, our first ever, is a great step for Island Poké, and we are excited to showcase our unique personable and high energy service to Camden Market’s patrons,” Island Poké founder James Gould-Porter said.

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