Love sashimi? Try poké bowls. Now don't assume that these are Squirtle shaped food items. Far from it. Poké (pronounced poh-kay) hails from Hawaii, where you can find grocery store aisles stocked with a variety of raw diced fish that you can put together with an assortment of condiments and sides, culminating in the colourful and awesome dish that has hit health nuts in different countries by storm.
Now Sydney has its own poké stop where you'll find more than magikarps. A couple who got married in Hawaii fell in love with this awesome Hawaiian specialty and brought their own version with them back to Coogee Poke. Tucked away in Dudley Street, this little gem offers small and "hungry" (large) servings, with a variety of fish ranging from salmon to tuna and kingfish to choose from, in addition to black rice topped with green sides including wakame salad, pickled ginger, edamame, string beans and broccoli. Fear not if raw fish is not your thing, because the store also offers cooked items including pulled pork. To add a finishing touch you can also find some awesome homemade chilli sauce to add some punch to your poké bowl.
Give it a shot next time you want to try something healthy and fresh. You'll get addicted to it. Just like how the world with smartphones got addicted to chasing after Pickachu. Grab a poke bowl and eat it by Coogee beach!