Discover the home-grown twist on this traditional Hawaiian dish, and win lunch for you and a friend for a week!

Traditional poké is a fresh sashimi salad blending Japanese and Hawaiian influences. And here in Sydney, Nudefish Poké have created a fun, healthy take on the fast-casual sensation.
 
We spoke to James Nathan, whose partnership with chef, Tom Walton of Bondi’s Bucket List, brings us this exciting venture. These long-term friends from Bondi Beach discovered a mutual passion for poké, having both tried it in Hawaii and LA. They realised the dish lent itself to innovation and they have re-designed poké for Australian tastes.
 
Nudefish Poké offers bowls brimming with delicious fresh ingredients. Spicy Citrus Tuna and Wasabi Salmon bowls are their top sellers. The option to Build Your Own Bowl encourages diners to be creative, too. Choose from noodle, rice and baby kale and cabbage bases. Add to these a protein — maybe Albacore Tuna sashimi, free-range poached chicken or sesame eggplant. And top it off with a sauce — such as Meru Misu Tahini or Green Goddess.
 
The top priority is sourcing the best quality fish. John Susman —described by James as Australia’s Godfather of Seafood — joins the team to helm the boat-to-bowl philosophy. The menu boasts Alpine Salmon from Mt Cook and Walkers Albacore from Mooloolaba.
 
If raw is not for you, fish can be lightly scorched using an aburi-style blowtorching method. Everything is gluten free and vegetarians and vegans are spoilt for choice. Mouth watering? Ours too.
 
To celebrate the opening, Nudefish Poké is giving one lucky winner and their best friend the chance to win free lunch for an entire week. Simply head to Instagram and follow @mlccentre and @nudefishpoke and tag your friends on the competition posts. Click here for terms and conditions.
 
Visit Nudefish Poké:
MLC Centre Foodcourt