Poke, the Hawaiian and Japanese seafood dish, has exploded onto the culinary scene within the past year or so, but Dallas' soon-to-open 'Malibu Poke' restaurant hopes get stand out from the crowd by incorporating some modernity into the traditional fare. Describing itself as a "tech-savvy" poke restaurant, Malibu Poke will use personally built software and tablets to give consumers a more convenient and informative fast-casual dining experience.
Though poke is a superficially simple dish, consisting of little more than fresh fish with vegetables and a marinade, there's a lot to know about the core ingredients (i.e. the seafood itself). Beyond offering quick ordering and thus a reduction in the cost of staff, Malibu Poke's tech will give diners information about what they're eating -- knowledge that is surprisingly uncommon in the restaurant industry as a whole.
'Malibu Poke' Will Offer Traditional Hawaiian Fare Using Tech
1. Tech-savvy Poke Restaurants - Applying technology to the traditional poke dining experience to provide convenience and information.
2. Informative Fast-casual Dining - Utilizing personalized software and tablets to offer customers detailed information about the core ingredients of their meals.
3. Enhanced Customer Experience - Offering a more convenient and user-friendly ordering process through the use of technology.
1. Restaurant Industry - Restaurants can adopt personalized software and tablets to enhance their customer experience and provide insightful information about the food.
2. Technology Sector - Tech companies can develop software and tablet solutions specifically tailored for the restaurant industry to enable convenient ordering and informational dining experiences.
3. Food and Hospitality Industry - Food businesses can explore incorporating technology into their operations to create a more modern and tech-savvy dining experience for their customers.