Merging a love of of the sashimi bars of Japan and the poké shacks of Hawaii, Nudefish poké certainly proves life’s better nude. The menu is simple and clean, with six pre-designed poké bowls all including edamame, cucumber, shallots, sesame seeds and sea salt with a serve of sashimi or chicken, and if seafood and poultry aren’t your thing, there’s also vegetarian options. But if you’re feeling a little MasterChef inspiration coming on, you can build your own bowls starting with a base of either brown rice, rice noodle salad, a cabbage and baby spinach combo, or zucchini noodles.
With a menu that is 100% gluten and dairy free, a range of flavoursome sauces and pickles all crafted in-house and only sustainably sourced Australian seafood, poultry and tofu, Nudefish poké bust the myth that clean and healthy doesn’t equal tasty.
I popped down to the Bondi Beach store nestled in a quaint laneway off Campbell Parade and opted for the ‘green goddess salmon’ bowl on a base of cabbage and baby spinach, and splurged with a serve of zesty avocado. Flavoursome and filling yet light on the body, it’s the perfect meal to fuel the day. And the great news is with two more stores located in the MLC Centre, Sydney and the Greenwood Plaza, North Sydney, plus delivery via Uber Eats, there’s plenty of ways you can get your hands on a delish Nudefish bowl.