LemonShark Poké, a family-owned restaurant serving locally-crafted, premium poké, announced the release of five freshly prepared seafood options. For a limited time only, the Triangle community can taste everything from Hot Honey Edamame to a Tuna Donut at LemonShark Poké’s only location in North Carolina, located in Cary’s Stone Creek Village. Available now through the winter season, LemonShark Poké is offering exclusive, specialty items including:
•Hot Honey Edamame: Fried edamame tossed in a chili-infused honey.
•Tuna Donut: Triple ahi tuna layered over a donut-shaped pillow of white rice, covered in sweet & spicy sauce.
•Spicy Mayo Kimchi Fries: Traditional fries tossed in a special kimchi spice, topped with a spicy mayo drizzle.
•Traditional Bowl: House-cut ahi tuna tossed in a secret house marinade, served Hawaiian style.
•Huapia Pudding: Homemade coconut pudding with a strawberry compote layered on top.
“I’ve worked in the North Carolina restaurant industry for nearly 7 years now, getting in on the ground floor and working my way up to have the culinary freedom to create dishes that I truly think people will love,” said Conner Dingman, owner of LemonShark Poké. “I am personally excited to hear the feedback from patrons for these seasonal menu items, and potentially create more down the road.”
Along with seasonal specials, LemonShark Poké features a whopping 24 toppings, 15 sauces and 12 poké options year round that can be combined into a bowl or a sushi burrito, Hawaii Katsu plates and hot fingers foods. Its self-serve beer wall features a selection of craft beers and ciders from North Carolina, selected to complement poké flavors, and a craft sake menu for a more traditional experience.
LemonShark Poké is located at 2000 Boulderstone Way in Cary, open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday. For more information, contact (984) 333-0066 or visit LemonSharkPoke.com.
Contact: Danielle LaPerche