Poke mania: The best places for poke in Singapore

Poke mania: The best places for poke in Singapore
August 04 07:13 2017 Print This Article

Aloha! Wondering where to get your poke fix? Look no further than the places on this list for the best poke in Singapore!


1. Poke in Singapore: Loloku

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Image credit: Loloku Facebook

Located within The Working Capitol Building and decorated with tropical leaves and flamingo wallpaper, Loloku offers signature poke bowls, and even a “Build your own bowl” option. One of their signatures is the quirky Wikiwiki bowl (pictured above), with salmon, avocado, kimchi, rice, quinoa, almonds, chipotle mayo and a dash of jalapeno.

Address: Keong Saik 1, #01-05, The Working Capitol Building, 089109

Opening hours:

Mon & Tues 8am-9pm

Wed to Fri 8am- 10pm

2. Poke in Singapore: Aloha Poke

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Image credit: Aloha Poke Facebook

This hip poke joint brings Hawaiian poke to our sunny shores. Aloha Poke has yellowfin tuna and salmon to choose from, along with brown or white rice, as well as an extensive selection of toppings including flying fish roe, jalapenos, pumpkin seeds, and avocado. Plus, they have Hawaiian ale if you fancy a bit of booze.

Address:92 Amoy St, Singapore 069911

Opening hours:

Mon to Sat 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-11pm

3. Poke in Singapore: A Poke Theory

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Image credit: A Poke Theory Facebook

At A Poke Theory, choose from four types of sashimi: Avocado Miso Salmon, Spicy Mayo Salmon, Spicy Garlic Sesame Tuna, and Original Shoyu Tuna. Then, finish your bowl with their selection of toppings like kimchi, spicy roasted cashews, kale chips, honey pineapples and more.

Address: 27 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069623

Opening hours:

Mon to Fri 11am-8pm

Sat 11am-4pm

4. Poke in Singapore: Sprout

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Image credit: Sprout

Sprout serves up their poke bowls with organic quinoa, organic mixed grain rice or soba. Their bowls include the Ahi Poke Bowl with yellowfin tuna, avocado, pineapples, red onions and cucumbers in a wasabi and soy dressing, and the Moroccan Chicken Bowl with sous-vide chicken breast, baby spinach, toasted almonds, red onions, carrots, and cherry tomatoes in a moroccan vinaigrette.

Address: 41 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089505

Opening hours:

Mon to Sat 10am-6pm


5. Poke in Singapore: Katto

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Image credit: Katto Facebook

Katto serves their poke in boxes rather than bowls, with unique flavours like the Chicken Rice Chilli Salmon and Tangy Thai Tuna, along with ‘safer’ options like the Classic Shoyu Salmon. Their regular bowl comes with two types of sashimi and two vegetable toppings. They also have a yakitori chicken option if you fancy something cooked instead.

Address: #01-21/22, 138522, 1 Fusionopolis Pl, Singapore 138632

Opening hours:

Mon to Fri 11am-8pm

6. Poke in Singapore: Pololi

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Image credit: Pololi Facebook

Hailing from Hong Kong, Pololi’s poke includes a variety of sashimi flavours like Thai Sweet Chilli and Yuzu Shoyu. One of their signatures is the Yuzu Pinenut Salmon (pictured above), with fresh salmon that goes perfectly with the tangy Japanese yuzu, and topped with toasted pine nuts that give a bit of crunch.

Address: #01-06A, 51 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 048441

Opening hours:

Mon to Fri 11.30am-9pm

Sat 11.30am-6pm

7. Poke in Singapore: Alakai

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Image credit: Alakai Facebook

Alakai offers a choice of tuna, salmon, prawns, or tofu, along with rice or salad for their poke bowl. The sauces are a highlight, and they have 5 of them, including their Alakai Ho-ono Seasoning, made with a house mixed of spices, sesame salt and seaweed, as well as the Niu Tahitian with coconut and lime, and the Kai Kolea that’s made with spicy Korean mayo.

Address: 3 Everton Park #01-79, 080003

Opening hours:

Mon to Fri 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30-8.30pm

Sat 11.30am-8.30pm

8. Poke in Singapore: Rollie Ollie

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Image credit: Rollie Ollie Facebook

An Asian fusion restaurant, Rollie Ollie serves up made-to-order sushi rolls and delicious poke bowls. Try the Yuzu Bliss bowl with both salmon and tuna cubes, roasted carrots, apple cabbage slaw, avocado and yuzu sauce; or the Pacific Sunset with tuna, soft boiled egg, french bean, potato, olives, and red wine vinaigrette.

Address:1 Vista Exchange Green, #02-05 The Star Vista, 138617

Opening hours:

Mon to Fri 11.30am-10pm

Sat 11am-10pm

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