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Southfin Poke Open In Parc Lafayette

Oct 30, 2018 02:58PM ● By Staff Writer

Southfin Poké recently opened its doors in Parc Lafayette at 1921 Kaliste Saloom Rd.

The word “Poké” (Poh-kay) is derived from the Hawaiian word for “cutting” or dicing.” The name references the fresh produce on display in the dining area which are chopped and prepared into mixed bowls front of guests. This traditional style of Hawaiian street food is merged with Louisiana culinary traditions for an exciting fusion of flavors, such as the crawfish entrée.

The eclectic menu also offers gulf tuna, salmon, shrimp, chicken, and vegetarian options including tofu. Guests can also build their own bowls by selecting their preferred ingredients. Unique sauces are then chosen to top the meal. Traditional Shoyu sauce, Miso dressing, Honey Sriracha, and Wasabi Honey Mayo are just a few of the distinct flavors that foodies will want to experience.


By Ryan Bourland

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