Perth's Best Poke Bowls

If poke bowls are new to you, “poke,” pronounced “POH-keh” is Hawaiian word that means “cut into pieces.” Traditionally served with raw cubed fish over a salad and sushi rice, this Hawaiian dish is making its way to Australia and we’re stoked about it. Since it’s hit Australian shores, the traditional poke bowl has been re-interpreted in new and delicious ways, taking flavour profiles from other cultures; Japanese inspired poke bowls being some of the most popular going around. The poke bowl comes packed with protein, carbs and greens, so it’s the perfect on-the-go lunch for those of us that like to keep busy and healthy all at once. If you’re yet to try a poke bowl for yourself, here are four places you can get one;


Traditional Poke


For the suits in the CBD, your lunch break has never looked better than the Traditional Poke bowl at Bowl’n. The Japanese inspired bowl combined cubed salmon, sushi rice, edamame, coriander, spring onions, fried shallots, pickled ginger, kelp noodles, furikake and nori crackers to keep you going all afternoon.


Cobia Poke


Served over a sushi rice with Korean sweet chili sauce, carrot, daikon and kimchi, Canteen in Trigg does a mean poke bowl lunch box to take away or enjoy by the beach.


Omega Nourish Bowl

Pixel Coffee Brewers

A slightly different twist on the traditional poke bowl, Pixel Coffee Brewers in Leederville serve the classic combo of smoked salmon and avocado with a whole lot of fresh greens and topped with crunchy pepitas.


Aussie Poke Bowl

iPoke Fremantle

These guys are 100% dedicated poke bowl specialists and you can find them at the Fremantle Markets serving a variety delicious bowls. One of our favourites being the Aussie Poke Bowl, with baby greens, brown rice, crab, ahi tuna, beetroot, edamame, ginger, snow peas, shallots, sesame soy, and spicy mayo — you can build your own or trust them to work their magic.


Lovingly provided by Ella Liascos

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