Ahipoki came out of the gate with a unique menu, modern atmosphere and a superb guest experience which proved our concept to the tune of 1,000 bowls sold on our grand opening day
Temple City, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2016
Recognizing the upward trend in health conscious vegetable and high protein based concepts, Ahipoki Bowl has completed its first of many grand openings in Temple City, CA.
Through strategic planning, public relations and development of a fresh and delicious menu, Ahipoki Bowl was able to spread the news of its first opening like wildfire, generating a line out the door and around the corner for over ten hours that resulted in 1,000 bowls sold during the one day promotion.
Further developing the Hawaiian based poke bowl, Ahipoki Bowl features fresh rice or salad bases, with line cut ahi tuna, diced salmon, albacore, spicy tuna, octopus, scallops, yellowtail and shrimp as the protein starters of their bowl. Guests then choose from several toppings like fresh cucumber, masago, ginger, roasted seaweed, green onions, jicama, daikon sprouts and more, all garnished with homemade sauces.
“The Poke trend is hotter than ever in California,” explained Managing Partner of Ahipoki bowl, Hengky Huang. “Ahipoki came out of the gate with a unique menu, modern atmosphere and a superb guest experience which proved our concept to the tune of 1,000 bowls sold on our grand opening day.”
This is the first Ahipoki Bowl in the California area, with additional locations planned for the southern California and Los Angeles areas as well as Arizona in early 2016. More information can be found at http://www.ahipokibowl.com
About Ahi Mahi:
Both Ahi Mahi Fish Grill and AhiPoki Bowl concepts were born out of the desire of a restaurant group wanting to bring a much needed health-conscious California seafood restaurant with a South East Asian flair to its customers. Health conscious fish lovers can sit down and relax in a laid back atmosphere all while enjoying the fusion of East Asian and Hawaiian flavors and the fresh fish experience normally found outside of a quick serve restaurant.
Phoenix Marketing Associates