Hawaiian-inspired Soulfish Poke was one of the first to make a splash during the very rapid invasion of health-focused, raw fish bowl concepts to Las Vegas. But just as quickly as it expanded, the brand has shrunk back to just its original location.
Soulfish Poke debuted in April 2016 at the Park Place Shopping Mall, close to Twin Peaks Henderson, serving up a menu of create-your-own-bowl options. Almost immediately the restaurant announced an expansion to Spring Valley, filling a 1,430-square-foot space at the Orange Grove retail center. That location shuttered after less than six months and is now replaced by a Golden Spoon Yogurt outpost.
The third Soulfish at the Rainbow Sunset Pavilion, the home of Bonchon Chicken, has closed at an even quicker rate. Hoping to tap into that casual chicken market, Soulfish’s 1,210-square-foot space will be filled by a yet to be revealed rotisserie chicken restaurant, now under construction.
The original Soulfish Poke remains open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., with a menu built around ahi tuna, Alaskan salmon, crab, tofu and shrimp combinations.