Freshest Poke Bowls

Best Poke Bowl in Melbourne

It’s clear from the first bite why we are voted as serving up the best poke bowls in Melbourne. We believe healthy food starts with fresh top quality ingredients, then honouring it in a way which allows the inherent attributes of the ingredients to sing – this is the Japanese philosophy to food, and we love this approach.

All our sauces are housemade from scratch, using fresh local produce, from the fresh coriander leaves right down to the bullet chillies – this means you can only find these nuggets of flavour at Nosh. We only serve A-grade sashimi fish, delivered and cut daily from our local suppliers in Tasmania. Even the sweet potato in your baby spinach salad is sourced from Victorian farms, cut and house-roasted to maintaion freshness. As you can see, we are crazy abut freshness and quality – we care about every single detail, regardless of how minute because every bite should bring comfort and happiness.

Bringing Fresh and Wholesome Poké Bowls in Melbourne

When you choose Nosh for poke bowls, you are choosing to eat only top quality, fresh and homemade Japanese inspired poke bowls made from locally sourced ingredients. You are choosing fresh, unique, bold Asian-inspired flavours that makes eating healthy addictive.

What is Poké?

Poke is Hawaiian staple with a heavy influence from Japanese cuisine. Pronounced poh-kay, poke is often served with raw fish on a bed of rice, accompanied by typical ingreidents such as seaweed salad, spicy mayo or crab salad among many others. Delicious, fresh and healthy – a seriously addictive alternative to your regular salad or rice dish.

Melbourne’s Must Try Poké Bowls

Try our most popular bowl, Sashimi Poke Party. Freshly cut A-grade sashimi salmon, covered in our delcious Japanese creamy roasted sesame dressing, completed with our renowned coconut turmeric rice, edamame beans, crispy shallots, pickled ginger and seaweed strips. If you prefer your salmon cooked, opt for our aburi option, the aroma of flame-seared salmon in our poke bowls will trigger serious drool symptoms. Just one teaser of the delicous bowls we offer.

Bringing Fresh and Wholesome Poké Bowls in Melbourne

Bringing Fresh and Wholesome Poké Bowls in Melbourne

When you choose Nosh for poke bowls, you are choosing to eat only top quality, fresh and homemade Japanese inspired poke bowls made from locally sourced ingredients. You are choosing fresh, unique, bold Asian-inspired flavours that makes eating healthy addictive.

Create Your Own Bowl

With our wide variety of options, building your own poke bowl is at Nosh is really going to hit the spot. Whether you’re craving crispy miso eggplant, salmon sashimi, flame-seared wagyu beef or more, creating your own bowl at Nosh will take you back to the days of being that kid in a candy shop. Choose your options to suit from our fresh delicious range, make it a poke bowl or flexitarian bowl, whatever your belly fancies.






    Poké Bowls FAQs

    Poke bowls usually consist of diced raw sashimi fish, rice and a great sauce. We have stepped it up to honour the local produce and cultured Melbourne food scene we’ve had the pleasure of growing up within.

    Absolutely, at Nosh we are all about filling your body with quality and fresh ingredients in our poke bowls. It’s not about restricting your diet, its about what you eat and how you work it. We make great ingreidents sing in both taste and health!

    Lick it, inhale it, devour as you please. A Japanese Hawaiian inspired dish full of fresh protein (usually fish, but we can’t deny a good crispy chicken or miso falafel), some tasty toppings seaweed salad, avocado or charred corn. Itadakimasu~!

    The beloved poke bowl concept is of Hawaiian origin, with deep roots to Japanese cuisine. Just like all beautiful food discoveries, its about being innnovative and at the same time, honouring the origins of a dish to bring diversity and appreciation to suit the changing landscape of how and what we choose to eat for our souls.

    The word ‘poke’ in fact means to cut into pieces, particularly referencing the diced fish in the traditional poke bowl. We have carried through this traditional way of cutting our sashimi fish and married that with modern concepts like flame-seared aburi salmon and wagyu, or silky oven-baked tofu for the plant-based eater. The key is, when we do something, we do it well!

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