December 4, 2022
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Her appetite for the Hawaiian dish poké shows no signs of waning in the capital as Europe’s largest restaurant chain dedicated to the dish prepares to make more inroads in central London.

Poke House will now take Fish and Rice into the city with the launch of its site in St. Paul, while also beginning its expansion with another site outside the capital in Cambridge.

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The Cambridge restaurant site is set to open in early 2023 and is part of a rapid expansion for the restaurant chain that will include a high-profile launch on 14 October at the newly upgraded Battersea Power Station.

Expect more sites at upscale retailer Harvey Nichols, hipster favorite Borough Market and St. John’s Wood in Mayfair.

The latest opening in St Paul’s is physically the largest poke house site ever built in the UK, welcoming customers to taste Hawaiian-born California cuisine in a 489-square-foot space, in the heart of London’s central business district goes.

Since launching with its first site in Notting Hill on Portobello Road in the UK in September last year, the restaurant brand has now grown to eight bricks and mortar sites in London.

Holly Hilton, Head of Marketing at Poke House UK, said: “We are always looking to grow the Poke House brand as we open new sites in the best and most coveted locations. We are all thrilled with our new St. Paul site.

“We opened a dark kitchen in Cambridge at the beginning of the year and the city has responded incredibly well to our offering, hence why we are now opening our first bricks and mortar restaurant. It’s a lot to be part of Poke House. It’s an exciting time.”

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