From pop-up to permanent residency, Cheeky Poké is here to stay.
Between 2018 and 2020, Cheeky Poké spent time in West Village as part of their pop-up Garden Pantry Restaurants, which was some great fun in West End. This month, however, it’s time for the burgeoning business to expand and take up a permanent home in the city’s newest retail and dining precinct.
Featuring fresh and cooked seafood, meat and plant-based options, Cheeky Poké has become a firm favourite among the health-conscious crowd in Brisbane and especially among those that love to make changes to menu items, like Stevie who now has his own signature bowl on the menu.
If too many options makes life difficult for you, then Cheeky Poké has ten signature Poké bowls on the menu with each option bringing to the table a variety of tasty ingredients. Otherwise, have some fun building your own bowl and mixing up ingredient combinations to match your mood.
But as those in the know are already aware, Cheeky Poké does more than just poké bowls. They do nori and wonton shell-clad poke tacos as well as a range of soups and curries to share. Yummy.
Cheeky Poké, which has another four venues in Brisbane already, will be opening on the ground floor of the historic Peters Ice Cream Factory nearby Beirut Bazaar.
West Village will soon welcome more eateries to its dining precinct as well as a Woolworths supermarket, Harris Farm Markets, and a Goodlife Health Club to broaden the retail and convenience offering.