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10 Best Places for Poke Bowls in Sydney [2024]

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Best Poke Bowl Sydney

Best Poke Bowl Sydney
Best Poke Bowl Sydney

Looking for the best poke bowl Sydney? Look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the best poke bowl joints in the city. Whether you’re looking for a healthy, delicious meal or just something different, these restaurants will not disappoint. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your poke bowl Sydney crawl today!

1) Easy Lane

Key ServicePoke bowl with cured tuna in a bowl of rice
Address36 Argyle St Windsor NSW 2756
Phone02 4587 6900
Operating HoursMonday – Thursday
Kitchen open 11:30am – 3pm / 5pm – 9pm
Friday & Saturday
11:30am – late
Kitchen open 11:30am – 9:30pm
11:30am – 10pm
Kitchen open 11:30am – 9:00pm

The Easy Lane menu might make you think it’s all about chicken wings and greasy pork, but they also serve up an excellent Hawaiian dish of cured tuna on a bed of rice. This entrée comes with avocado, red onion, and a delicious soy-based dressing.

Key Differentiators:

  • Impressive food and drinks menu
  • Using the finest locally grown produce,
  • Great hospitality

Customer’s Review:

Inside the Windsor RSL this hidden treasure is outstanding. The decor is extremely industrial/rustic with the added element of greenery throughout to make you feel relaxed. The staff we encountered were all helpful and the menu was vast with some amazing and different concoctions.

Dan Duncan

2) Poke Bowl

Key ServiceDesign your own poke bowl
Address21 Gerrale St, Cronulla NSW 2230, Australia
Phone+61 2 9523 5000
Operating HoursMonday 11AM–8:30PM
Tuesday 11AM–8:30PM
Wednesday 11AM–8:30PM
Thursday 11AM–8:30PM
Friday 11AM–9PM
Saturday 11AM–9PM
Sunday 11AM–8:30PM

When it comes to poke, having quality fresh ingredients is one of the most important aspects since it’s such a simple dish and that’s where Poke Bowl Sydney shines. Choose from their range of dishes including, the poke me with Atlantic salmon and white miso dressing, Tera Mi Yaki with teriyaki salmon and sesame mayo or the I dare you with chicken katsu and toragashi chilli.

Key Differentiators:

  • Focuses on quality ingredients
  • Avoids using frozen products
  • Uses both local and Australian produce

Customer’s Review:

Had the salmon poke bowl with brown rice and salmon poke bowl with glass noodles. Reminded me of the poke bowls in Hawaii. The poke was very fresh and flavourful. Decent serving size and value for money also considering the fresh ingredients used. Very friendly customer service.

Riley Lucas

3) Salmon and Bear

Key ServicePoke bowls inspired by nature
AddressShop 5, 105 Willoughby Road, Crows Nest
Phone(02) 9060 0525
Operating HoursMonday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 12–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PM
Thursday 12–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PM
Friday 12–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PM
Saturday 12–2:30PM, 5:30–9:30PM
Sunday 12–2:30PM, 5:30–9PM

At Salmon and Bear, you’ll find some of the best poke bowls in Sydney. Their food is inspired by nature, so you can be sure that it’s both delicious and healthy. If you’re looking for a cosy cabin setting, make sure to try their salmon poke bowl with soy and sesame dressing, corn salsa, avocado and coconut basmati rice.

Key Differentiators:

  • Uses quality ingredients
  • Offers a variety of poke bowls to choose from
  • The cosy cabin setting is perfect for a quick bite or a leisurely meal

Customer’s Review:

Very tasty food. We had three types of tacos (spicy fish, crispy fish, and calamari); the garlic prawns with sourdough; and the grilled salmon poke bowl Sydney. Overall, delicious food but the poke bowl was just a smidge too salty.

Giselle Goloy

4) Fishbowl

Key ServiceYou can create your own poke bowl
AddressShop 5 Lower Ground, 275 Kent St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Operating HoursMonday 11AM–3PM
Tuesday 11AM–3PM
Wednesday 11AM–3PM
Thursday 11AM–3PM
Friday 11AM–3PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

If you’re ever in Bondi Beach, make sure to stop by Fishbowl for a delicious poke bowl. The salmon sashimi is one of the most popular items on the menu, but if you’re feeling adventurous you can create your own combination of toppings. Either way, you won’t be disappointed – the produce is always fresh and sourced from local suppliers.

Key Differentiators:

  • Salmon sashimi is a popular dish
  • Super healthy and tasty salad ingredients
  • The produce is always fresh and local

Customer’s Review:

This was my first time having a poke bowl from here and it won’t be my last! So happy there are more poke bowls options around Barangaroo. Ordered the Mr X bowl with chicken and added seaweed salad on top for an extra $1.

Sydney Food Lover

5) Poked

Key ServicePre-designed and customisable poke bowls
AddressAustralia Square
264 George Street,
Sydney CBD
Phone02 9247 2821
Operating HoursMon – Fri: 11am-2.30pm

You get two menus at Pokéd, one with pre-designed poké bowls and one for designing your very own customisable bowl. Just choose what size, base, protein, sauce and topping you want them Pokéd will whip it up for you. If that sounds like more than you want to do, grab a delicious mix created by the team at Pokéd like the Big Kahuna including salmon sashimi, cooked prawns, Hawaiian soy pineapple sauce, pickled cabbage and more.

Key Differentiators:

  • A range of delicious mixes created by the team
  • Offers vegetarian poke bowls as well
  • Large portion size

Customer’s Review:

My first time trying a poké bowl and the staff were very helpful and friendly with recommendations and informed me of their specials. Delicious and fresh lunch if you’re feeling something light and tasty. Would definitely recommend it.

Cathy Nguyen

6) Poke Bros

Key ServiceOffers both seafood and non-seafood poke bowls
AddressShop 15/1 Hughes St, Cabramatta NSW 2166, Australia
Phone0484 234 001
Operating HoursMonday – Sunday: 11am – 9pm

If you’re ever in Sydney and looking for a delicious poke bowl, be sure to check out Poké Bros. They have some of the freshest ingredients and sushi-grade sashimi I’ve ever had. And if you’re not a fan of seafood, don’t worry! they have options for you too like the Spicy Korean Chicken Bowl.

Key Differentiators:

  • Fresh and sushi-grade ingredients
  • Wide selection of premium ingredients & delicious toppings
  • Very accommodating service

Customer’s Review:

A tasty and filling meal. Even the smallest size is a filling portion of food. A variety of options and different textures. It’s totally worth spending extra for different items such as extra meat, quail eggs and shiitake mushrooms. The teas are also really nice and refreshing, I recommend the floral tea and the melon and lychee tea. 100% delicious.

Inés Rivera

7) Coogee Bay Hotel

Key ServiceCalifornian-inspired poke bowls
Address253 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee NSW 2034
Phone+61 2 9665 0000
Operating HoursMonday 10AM–4AM
Tuesday 10AM–4AM
Wednesday 10AM–4AM
Thursday 10AM–4AM
Friday 10AM–6AM
Saturday 8AM–6AM
Sunday 8AM–10PM

Although hanging out by the beach is nice, once the sun starts to set, it’s time to put away the toys and go somewhere a little wilder. The Coogee Bay Hotel has exactly what you need with their new pop-up called West Coast Trawler. They’re serving Californian-inspired poke bowls and fish tacos that are sure to get you excited.

Key Differentiators:

  • Elegant charm and idyllic location
  • Specialise in the best boutique wines, craft beers and small-batch spirits 
  • Also serves fish tacos

Customer’s Review:

Top quality food with great ambience.


8) The Henson

Key ServiceAsian-inspired poke bowls
Address91 Illawarra Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204
Phone02 9171 1868
Operating HoursMonday to Wednesday 11:30am-11pm
Thursday 11:30am – 11:30pm
Friday-Saturday 11:30am-12am
Sunday 11:30am-10pm

Deciding what to eat for lunch can be hard, but if you’re in the mood for something different, The Henson offers a variety of Asian-inspired dishes. With their Salmon Ceviché poké bowl being a customer favorite, it’s no wonder why people keep coming back! And if you have kids with you, don’t worry–The Henson is family-friendly and sure to please even the pickiest of eaters. So next time you’re near Marrickville and craving some good ole’ fashioned poké, make sure to stop by The Henson!

Key Differentiators:

  • Family-friendly venue
  • Located in the Inner West
  • Expansive beer selection

Customer’s Review:

The poke bowl was delicious, I loved the salmon ceviche in it. The katsu chicken was also very crispy and tasty. The service was amazing, super attentive and friendly. Highly recommend this place!

Lillian Tan

9) Love Poke

Key ServiceOffers both vegan and vegetarian poke bowls
AddressShop 3, 55 Dudley St
Coogee NSW 2034
Phone0452 213 238
Operating HoursMon: closed
Tues: closed
Wed: 11:30am – 8:00pm
Thur: 11:30am – 8:00pm
Fri: 11:30am – 8:30pm
Sat: 11:30am – 8:30pm
Sun: 11:30am – 8:00pm

If you’re ever in the mood for a refreshing, tropical salad, Love Poke is the place to go. This tiny joint in Coogee will transport you to the Hawaiian Islands with its delicious bowls of flavourful goodness. So next time you’re craving something greasy and unhealthy, remember that there’s always a healthier option waiting for you at Love Poke.

Key Differentiators:

  • Authentic Hawaiian flavour
  • Hawaiian-inspired poke bowls
  • Located in the beautiful Coogee beach area

Customer’s Review:

Very yummy pokes (tuna & salmon). We had a Hawaiian bowl and smoothie each, and left very full but wanting more. I would highly recommend their sesame salmon poke and pulled pork.

Charmaine Chow

10) Finn Poke

Key ServiceChef-driven poke bowls
AddressShop 5/8 Fletcher Street
Byron Bay, NSW 2481
Phone02 6685 8156
Operating HoursDaily 10AM–3PM

This beloved Queensland joint has now swapped the sand for the city, opening its first Sydney location in Westfield Pitt Street this month. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill poké place though – it’s chef-driven so you know that every ingredient is top-notch and is guided by seasonality and sustainability. Choose from one of their signature bowls inspired by traditional Hawaiin flavours or try one of their winter warming bowls; The Shroom Noodle Soup or the Steak Bowl made with grass-fed Aussie Beef.

Key Differentiators:

  • Seasonal and sustainable ingredients
  • Signature bowls inspired by traditional Hawaiian flavours
  • Winter warming bowls are also available

Customer’s Review:

Great service and the food is fresh and extremely healthy. It has good vegetarian options. I strongly recommend it.

Jaqueline Campos

Poke Bowl Sydney

Poke bowls are a great, healthy alternative to greasy fast food. All of the poke bowl Sydney joints listed above offer something unique and delicious, so there’s definitely something for everyone. So next time you’re in Sydney and in the mood for some good ole’ fashioned poké bowl Sydney, make sure to stop by one of these amazing places!

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Rachel Tan is the editor at FunEmpire Media Australia. She has over 8 years of experience in the media industry discovering the best local businesses, places and things to do in Australia. From lifestyle, entertainment, food, travel, education and more, Rachel is a trusted source to curate the very best Australia has to offer.