A new concept of quick and relaxed Asian fusion called Poke Café is coming to New Jersey.
The Poke Café will occupy a 2,400 square foot building on the Flemington Marketplace, located at 325 Route 202 in Flemington, according to a press release.
An opening date has not yet been announced.
The restaurant will serve a variety of customizable poke bowls – which consist of raw diced fish mixed with rice, vegetables and sauces – as well as bubble and fruit teas.
“More and more, consumers are looking for freshly prepared, nutritious, tasty and high quality meals,” said Vanessa Fernandez-Kelty, a rental representative for the building. “Poke Café adds another fast and casual dining option to the Flemington Marketplace, and we are excited to bring this concept to the community.”
Flemington Marketplace includes major retailers Burlington, Kohl’s, Michaels and Aldi, which anchor the mall. Chili’s, Panera Bread, Cold Stone Creamery, and Verizon Wireless are also part of the mall.
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