This time last year, SUKI opened Queensland’s first ever poke restaurant and it’s safe to say that our lunch options have never been the same since.
In April 2017, after opening the doors to their flagship poké and sushi burrito restaurant in South Bank, SUKI quickly and dramatically changed the Brisbane dining scene. In just 12 short months, SUKI has sold more than 214,000 poké bowls and has since inspired many others to jump on the poké bowl trend.
If you haven’t had the chance to try SUKI poké yet, at the restaurant you can customise your bowl any way you like, with seven base choices, eight types of fish, and more than 15 toppings. Ingredients are prepared fresh daily to ensure the highest quality poké bowl and sushi burrito every time.
Still not convinced? We break down the 6-step SUKI process here.
To celebrate their first birthday milestone, SUKI is inviting their Brisbane fans to visit the first South Bank store on Wed 18 April to join in the celebrations. SUKI will be offering poké bowls for $10 all day long, with $2 from each bowl being donated to the neighbouring Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital.
But it doesn’t stop there. To mark the occasion, SUKI will officially launch their much anticipated new menu, which promises to level up the poké stakes.
SUKI Chief Executive Officer, Kim Toovey explains the menu is “the first of its kind and features a variety of nutritionist-approved keto, vegan, and low sugar [poke] bowls and [sushi burrito] rolls.”
With bowl and burrito combinations including fillings like braised beef, katsu chicken, tempeh and more, it’s clear that SUKI has gone a step further than sashimi to cater for those looking for a healthy option that doesn’t include raw fish.
SUKI’s first birthday celebrations will kick off at 11am on Wed 18 April, so pick your favourite bowl from the new menu and get ready to poke into 182 Grey St, South Bank to grab it for $10.