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Meat Lovers: sous vide chicken and brisket, pineapple teriyaki, broccoli salad, pickled cabbage, corn, edamame and sweet potato crisps.
Fast food that is healthy and ethical, with very few compromises is what you will find at Pokéd Collins Place in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD. One of Hawaii’s national dishes and a centuries-old classic, poké was a healthy snack created by fishermen who would chop reef fish into small pieces, season with sea salt and seaweed and eat with rice. These days the craze has spread worldwide to become a favourite among health fanatics and foodies alike; think bowls like the Hula Hula Chook - chicken breast, pineapple teriyaki and salsa, corn, pickled cabbage, edamame and sweet potato crisps. Perhaps Bean Me Up entices vegetarians, with tofu, Hawaiian soy, broccoli salad, edamame, pickled cabbage, seaweed salad, sweet potato crisps and shallots; best washed down with a kombucha.
45 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD 3000 VIC - See Map