New Hawaiian food bar creates 10 jobs in Nottingham

Erin Vickers, partner at Fraser Brown, Alicia Yilmaz, paralegal at Fraser Brown and Kent Hau owner of Pokéwaves
A new restaurant, the first in the East Midlands to serve Hawaian food, has created 10 jobs in Nottingham city centre. Pokéwaves serves Hawaiian Poké cuisine (pronounced poke-ay) at its venue on the first floor of the intu Victoria Centre’s Clock Tower Dining area, and is the first Poké bar with seating in the East Midlands region. Pokéwaves focuses on using fresh ingredients from local suppliers and its signature cuisine - the Poké bowl, consists of raw marinated fish such as ahi or yellowfin tuna that has been cubed and... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...