It seems like there is a new sushi restaurant popping up every other week in Atlanta. Now, we don't have to go all the way to the West Coast to get a decent poké bowl, we can just head down the street to one of the multiple sushi destinations. This new Atlanta poké restaurant just opened and you should run, not walk, to it. 

LemonShark Poké opened its first Atlanta location in Sandy Springs last week. This location has an oyster bar and a beer wall aside from their seafood options.

You can build your own bowl, or you can order a pokeritto. This place prides itself on serving the freshest and finest ingredients which is what we all look for in a sushi restaurant. 

Lemonshark originated in Southern California, so you know you will be getting the real deal when you come here. If this destination in Sandy Springs is a success, you can expect to see more of these restaurants around the metro Atlanta area. 

This is not your typical sushi restaurant. You will get a little bit of Asian fusion and Hawaiian flavors. For an appetizer, you have options to choose from like egg rolls and Spam musubi. 

You can create your own bowl by starting with choosing a base like rice or wonton strips, and then choosing your poke. There is Ahi Tuna, Spicy Tuna, Salmon and even Octopus. There are so many options for toppings, you might be there trying to decide for a while. 

They do have signature bowls that are already created for you if you don't want to build your own bowl. There are six options to choose from, so everyone who comes here will have something that they will like. 

With the Hawaiian flare choices, you will be amazed by the flavors of the Sticky Pineapple Chicken and the Coconut Shrimp. Atlanta has so many spots if you are looking for rolled sushi like this destination that has all-you-can-eat sushi days, or this one that has a secret menu with dollar sushi

 

Lemonshark Poké

Price: 💸

Cuisine: Hawaiian, Japanese 

Address:

Why You Need To Go: This poké restaurant has so many options to choose from with some even having a Hawaiian flare to it. 


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