Everything you need to know about SUKI

It’s official! SUKI has finally opened up in South Bank.

That’s right guys, the wait is over! The people of Brisbane are finally able to get their mitts on some world-class Poke bowls and Sushi Burritos! Here are some fast facts that will help you navigate Suki’s #delish menu…

Where can you find it?
The highly anticipated specialty poké bowl and sushi burrito shop has officially taken up residence at 182 Grey Street (hot tip: next to Tippler’s Tap).

What’s it all about?
Poké bowls have quickly gained popularity with their ‘good for you’ proteins and super food ingredients. Pronounced ‘Po-keh’, it means to section, cut or slice and is traditionally known as a fish salad originating from our Hawaiian friends.

Why will you love it?
It’s got everything you want in a takeaway meal – minus the guilt! We’re talking fast, fresh and made to order!
SUKI’s philosophy is “pole to roll (or bowl)” sourcing only the highest-quality and most sustainable raw fish and other proteins for their poké bowls and sushi burritos. SUKI allows you to customize your bowl any way you want it with seven base choices (hello brown rice or quinoa and kale), eight types of fish (including our fave kingfish and tuna), and over fifteen toppings (we’re looking at you seaweed salad, avo, tomatoes and orange segments). As for those of you who hate making decisions, you can select from one of SUKI’s signature pre-made bowls or burritos.

We’ll be sure to save you a seat…

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