Top 3 Poké Bowls on the Gold Coast

If you’re looking for a healthy delicious meal, with a tropical Hawaiian flavour, then you definitely can’t pass up a big ol’ bowl of Poké.


Poké bowls have become extremely popular and quite a few restaurants around the Gold Coast are offering their own spin on this Hawaiian delicacy. We’ve listed what we think to be the Top 3 places to find a Poké bowl on the Gold Coast; where you can sit back and enjoy all the bright delicious ingredients bursting with colour, flavour, and healthy goodness.


1. Poké Poké

One of Mermaid Beach’s newest additions, Poké Poké have set out to become known as the specialists when it comes to Poké bowls, and boy do they deliver. The fish is fresh, the veggies are poppin’ and the house made sauce complimenting each bowl is to die for. Make sure you try out the Tuna Me On or the Fresh Off The Boat while you’re there.


Address: 2375 Gold Coast Highway, Mermaid Beach 4218


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2. The Sandbar


Surfers Paradise’s own modern Australian restaurant, The Sandbar, serve up a stunning beach front view to go with their delicious food and of course, Poké bowls. The iconic Surfers Paradise restaurant offers three great options of Poké including the Kauai (tuna marinated in ponzu), Oahu (snapper marinated in amarilo pepper), and the Maui (kingfish marinated in passionfruit) and for those of you not wanting rice with your bowl, you have the option to substitute with Quinoa, if you can pronounce it properly.


Address: 52 the Esplanade, Surfers Paradise, 4217




3. The Kitchen at the Collective

The tuna Poké bowls available at the Kitchen at the Collective are certainly what you would call a filling meal. The serving of delicious sashimi grade tuna you’re presented with is definitely more than worth the price, and though it is technically classed as a medium plate, some people have been rumoured to eat this Poké bowl as a shared meal – How’s that for value?


Address: 1128 Gold Coast Hwy, Palm Beach 4221


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