NEW CONCEPTS | Staff Reporter, UK

Pokéwaves launches in Nottingham

Its menu comes with a 'design your own' option.

A new concept serving fresh Hawaiian cuisine is now available at the East Midlands.

Pokéwaves will serve up Hawaiian Poké cuisine at its venue on the first floor of the intu Victoria Centre’s Clock Tower Dining area.

Along with a selection of specially crafted bowl menu options, the menu will come with a ‘design your own’ option, which includes choosing a base, protein, toppings, sauce and garnish – with a variety of fish, chicken and tofu options available freshly made to order at affordable prices.

Side dishes include miso soup, seaweed salad and salted edamame beans for a variety of choice.

“Following eight months of preparation including research, ingredients studies, experiments and food testing we nailed our concept. We chose to set up our first Poké bar in the Nottingham intu Victoria Centre, as the shopping centre is in a prime location with good all-round access to public transport, offices and the universities,” Pokéwaves said in a statement.

“The current food scene in Nottingham is vibrant and blended and there is a clear demand for innovative, fresh and healthy cuisine here, so we are very excited to be introducing a new type of eating experience to the local community.”

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