Suki is South Bank’s go-to for Sushi Burrito and Poke Bowls, which sits alongside its Ramen sibling on the upper side of South Brisbane’s Grey St.
The bustling pastel-coloured eatery, which features a cute ‘swing seat’ in the middle, serves fresh and delicious Poke Bowls (a staple of Hawaiian cuisine) and Sushi Burritos to eat both in-house and takeaway.
Diners can design their own or choose from one of the in-house faves, which come as either burritos or poke bowls and include: Hot Tuna (tuna, avocado, carrot, snow peas, red onion, tagarashi sauce, edamame and tobiko), The Fighter (swordfish, orange, avocado, coriander, fresh chilli, snow peas, cucumber, suki sauce and wasabi peas), Angry Birds (katsu chicken, spinach, cabbage, wasabi mayo, coriander, pickled ginger and daikon, soy egg or Vegan Lover (tofu, kale, avocado, cucumber, carrot, edamame, classic sauce, seaweed salad and macadamia nuts.
Otherwise there are 6 steps to making your own, using the best and freshest of ingredients. Bases for poke bowls include bamboo rice, quinoa and kale or black rice, while Burrito wraps can be either seaweed or tortilla, with black or white rice.
Having selected the base, next step is to add a protein (hot or cold), such as Kingfish, salmon, Tuna, Karaage Chicken, Sticky Beef or Organic Tofu.
Next the sauce – think Creamy Tagarashi, Mango Lime & Chilli, Wasabi Mayo, Sriracha Ponzu or Suki Sauce, followed by Fillings such as red radish, corn, edamame, kale, capsicum, pickled daikon, spinach, onion or orange.
Then ‘Top it Off’ with anything from Wasabi peas or Pickled Ginger to Fried Shallots or Sesame Seeds.
To accompany there’s a fridge of cold drinks including Rekorderlig Cider, Vonu Pure lager, Coors Refreshing lager and Yenda Pale Ale, a selection of bottled Fuze teas, juices and soft drinks as well as help-yourself cups of peach Fuze tea, and standard soft drinks.
Need to know – Everything is to be ordered at the counter and is served in disposable bowls.