Pok\u00e9, pronounced po-kay, is a Hawaiian raw seafood salad that is becoming increasingly popular in the United States through a chain of island-inspired restaurants called Pok\u00e9works. And Wilton will be the next town to get a Pok\u00e9works restaurant, according to action of the Planning and Zoning Commission on Dec. 11.\u00a0 The commission voted 7-0 with two abstentions of newly elected members to allow a developer to convert the former Radio Shack store at Gateway Shopping Center at 14 Danbury Road on the Norwalk line into a Pok\u00e9works restaurant. \u201cIt\u2019s healthy food, made with a lot of fish,\u201d said attorney Casey Healy, who represents the owners, after a short public hearing on the new restaurant proposal held at the Wilton Library Brubeck Room. The chain has locations all over the United States, according to the website, pokeworks.com. It was founded in 2015.