Kona Poké Express Headed to Quantum Leap Winery – QSR magazine

Central Florida is about to get fresher as the popular, fast-casual, healthy food concept Kona Poké announced its first Express location coming soon to Orlando.  Opening in late 2020 daily from 11am-9pm, the Kona Poké Express location will operate at Quantum Leap Winery (1312 Wilfred Drive, Orlando, FL 32803) where customers can enjoy a wide array of wine selection from Quantum Leap while eating their Kona Poké, with indoor and outdoor seating to choose from. 

The menu will contain all top-selling items from Kona Poké’s brick and mortar locations, like Kona Poké’s delicious Signature Bowls and Build Your Own Bowls made with fresh sushi-grade fish, house sauces and over 40 fresh toppings to choose from, plus vegan, vegetarian, keto, gluten-free, cooked options and more.  Delivery by Uber Eats and Doordash will be available to Downtown Orlando, Mills, Thornton Park and Baldwin Park.

Kona Poké Express at Quantum Leap Winery is the third Express location joining Kona Poké Express concepts in Satellite Beach and Miami. Kona Poké Express consists of a shared location, food trailer or food hall configuration of the traditional Kona Poké brick and mortar location.  Kona Poké restaurants in Lake Mary and Sanford currently offer dine-in/out, curbside pickup, in-house delivery and delivery through third-party delivery services.  Kona Poké and Kona Poké Express has a 100% no-contact food prep guarantee.  

“We are very excited and grateful to continue expanding and open our first Kona Poké Express location in Orlando, and teaming up with Quantum Leap Winery is the perfect pairing,” says Kona Poké Owners Matthew Ting and Ernie Falco III.  “Our Kona Poké Express concept allows us to feed even more customers our phenomenal, fresh and delicious food fast and with ease, which is essential in today’s complex climate.  We look forward to continuing to secure many more Express locations throughout Florida in the future.”

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