A NEW Hawaiian enthused restaurant has opened in Battersea.

Island Poké opened its new “feel-good” restaurant in Battersea, on Wednesday January 5.

The new addition is located at 6 Northcote Road and is open seven days a week.

Poké food was traditionally raw seafood but now includes a variety of cooked meals often served in bowls.

The Hawaiian inspired restaurant states it has flavours of the pacific to customers across London, using sustainable and high-quality ingredients.

To celebrate the restaurant’s arrival, Island Poké will be bringing their “£1 poké bowl day” to the new venue on February 19.

The team at Island Poké is set to launch an all-new menu with a range of vegan options, just in time for Veganuary.

Food options vary from the Classic Ahi Tuna Poké to the Yuzu Lomi Lomi Salmon Poké.

There is also a choice of vegetarian and vegan poké options.

Island Poké also offer a ‘build your own’ bowl, allowing customers to choose from over 50,000 possible combinations to create your ideal poké bowl.

In the restaurants, Island Poké uses sustainable, Oceanic fabric seating.

Oceanic is born of the SEAQUAL Initiative, designed to combat marine plastic pollution and achieve a waste-free environment.

This fabric is a recycled polyester with a purpose and Island Poké is proud to support the mission to clean up both the earth and its oceans.

Island Poké founder James Gould-Porter said: “It’s great to be expanding across London and landing a fantastic location in Battersea.

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“It’s our mission to grow our ohana across London and beyond, bringing people a great and fresh alternative to the traditional lunch and dine-out offering.”

Following the success of its restaurants in London and France, Island Poké is set to forge ahead with further growth plans in 2022 including plans for four new restaurants in Edinburgh over the next two years and a new partnership with dark-kitchen operators, REEF.

The brand has recently opened another restaurant in Wembley, along with a dark kitchen in Crouch End, bringing its estate to 18 Islands in London and nine in France.