Finn Poke (Temporary closure)
From Byron to Burleigh, Finn Poké has conquered some of Australia’s most beloved beachside locations. Now, Queensland’s freshest poké bowls will swap the sand for the city, opening their first Sydney location in Westfield Pitt Street on Monday 15th April. Since Jem Jacinto first opened Finn Poké in Byron Bay in 2017 the casual eatery has bowled over Queenslanders. Inspired by Jem’s Hawaiian upbringing, Finn Poké’s creations are Instagram ready bowls of nourishment and deliciousness.
What was first a staple in the diets of Hawaiian fisherman, poké bowls have rapidly become the must-eat health craze in Australia. As such, Jem says that it was a “no brainer” to introduce Australia’s pristine coastline to their authentic range. Served on a bed of rice, buckwheat noodles or salad, Finn Poké bowls pair a variety of seasonal garnishes and fragrant sauces with fresh protein and sashimi style seafood sourced directly from those who catch it.
Finn Poké have curated a list of 10 signature dishes inspired by the flavours of the traditional Hawaiian style creations.
The Salmon Finn, combining nori furlkaka and classic shoyu, The Spicy Chook, with edamame and spicy siracha mayo, and The Big Katuna, with local tuna, seaweed and crispy onion, have become mainstays across Finn Poke’s venues. For those looking to craft their bowl, the chefs at Finn Poke will guide each customer to ensure the best combination of protein, sauce and grain is achieved.