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California’s Low Key Poke Joint Will Open In Addison

Get ready for Hot Cheetos crusted sushi burritos

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Dallas’ poke scene continues to get stronger, and the arrival of The Low Key Poke Joint will officially bring the trend to Addison.

A listing for The Low Key Poke Joint has been added to Village on the Parkway’s directory for the restaurant, announcing that it is “coming soon.” The shop will open its doors at 5100 Belt Line Road, right next door to Gloria’s. It’s the first dedicated poke destination in Addison, though the dish can be found on a few menus in the ‘burb.

The Low Key Poke Joint got its start in Orange County, and the Dallas outpost will mark the chain’s first expansion into Texas. The restaurant offers a pretty standard assembly line set-up, complete with plenty of toppings for a bowl of raw fish and rice. Sushi burritos are also on offer, including a much-lauded rice wrapped roll crusted with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.

Eater has reached out to The Low Key Poke Joint for more details on when the restaurant will make its debut in Addison.