Since opening in South Brisbane, the deliciously healthy build-your-own poke (pronounced po-kay) bowls and sushi burritos have become a totally Instagram-worthy foodie trend. Specialising in seafood bowls traditionally from the Aloha state, SUKI blends diced raw fish (typically tuna, salmon and kingfish), with a selection of vegetables including radish, cucumber, avocado, edamame beans and even orange with a Japanese inspired sauce of your choosing. 

In celebratoin of their first birthday, SUKI is inviting the Brisbane community to pop down to the original store in South Bank from 11am, Wednesday April 18 and joinin the celebratiosn as they release their brand new menu. Oh, and the team will also be offering $10 bowls all day long with $2 from each bowl being donad to the Lady Cilento Children's Hosptial. There will also be a range of giveaways and competitons to enter as well. 

The brand new menu will be rolled our across all stores and is the first of its kind and features a variety of nutritionist approved keto, vegan, and low sugar bowls and rolls. 

SUKI Turns 1
From 11am, Wednesday April 18
SUKI, 182 Grey Street, South Brisbane 

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