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Suki Restaurant

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by Julie C (subscribe)
University student with an occasional desire for adventure.
Published May 3rd 2017
Poke Bowls and Sushi Burritos finally arrive in Brisbane
Did you know that the phrase "suki" (好き or すき) means "like" in Japanese? Did you know that Suki is also the name of a newly opened restaurant in South Bank, Brisbane? That's right, Brisbane's very first poke bowl and sushi burrito restaurant has finally opened, and I do like it very much.

Suki Restaurant!

Suki is a restaurant influenced by Japanese and Mexican culture that offers two signature dishes - poke bowls and sushi burritos. As the name suggests, sushi burritos are a hybrid of both sushi and burritos together. Poke bowls, on the other hand, may be a relatively new concept to many people, as this dish had only started to become widely popular in the past year.

So what exactly is a poke bowl? According to this article, poke bowls originated centuries ago from Hawaii and contains cubed fish (generally raw) mixed with your choice of seasoning, usually on top of a bed of sushi rice. If raw fish is not your cup of tea, worry not as Suki provides you with a "hot protein" range to choose from when constructing your poke bowl or sushi burrito.

Ordering at Suki follows six simple steps. Take a look at their menu to see what they have to offer. Additionally you can look at the menu on their website.

Having all the options in front of you can really help with the construction of your dish. If you don't know what you want, why not try their preset poke bowl or sushi burrito options from the menu?

Deciding on what to include in your poke bowl is not as easy as it seems, not with the many options Suki provides! This is what I ended up choosing for my very first poke bowl.

Refreshments on offer at Suki.

The interior design of Suki is also worth the visit.

Yes it is.

If you are in the South Bank area and want to try out something new and fresh, Suki is definitely a viable option. With cute decor, what seems like endless mix-and-match options, and a commitment to sustainable sourcing, Suki is definitely a place I will return to again. You can read up more on Suki Restaurant here.
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Why? Brisbane's very first specialty Poke Bowl and Sushi Burrito restaurant.
When: 11am - 9pm; Daily
Where: 182 Grey Street, South Brisbane.
Cost: $13-$20pp
Your Comment
What an interesting concept, Julie, looks like you had fun choosing!
by Elaine (score: 3|7428) 1193 days ago
Nice photos and article. One to add to my list!
by Anthony Carrick (score: 2|250) 1188 days ago
A mix of my two favourite cuisines! This is the place I've always needed in my life
by Hayley Sayers (score: 1|87) 1193 days ago
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