Singapore is widely known for its delicious food. While there are many amazing local delicacies, the food scene in Singapore has expanded greatly. As a cultural hub, you can find food that originates from all over the world here. Poke bowls are one such example of this. Originating from Hawaii, the main ingredient for poke bowls is raw marinated fish. A large appeal of the poke bowls is the amount of customisability. The type of fish, vegetable and sauce are among the many different options that you’ll experience when ordering poke bowls. Using this list, you’ll know just where to go in Singapore for the best poke bowl experience.

1. Poke Theory

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Since raw fish is the main ingredient, using fresh ingredients is crucial for a good poke bowl. Poke Theory has this down on lock, preparing their ingredients in small batches to ensure optimum freshness when served.

At Poke Theory, the poke bowls taste as amazing as they look. One reason why poke bowls have become so popular is due to their aesthetic appeal and the ones you’ll find a Poke Theory definitely check this box. Colourful, healthy and delicious, these poke bowls are definitely worth the try. Furthermore, apart from serving amazing food, Poke Theory makes environmentally conscious decisions as well. In an attempt to reduce food wastage, unused parts of their pineapples, cucumbers and kale are made into juices every single day. If you have an event coming up, you can also consider calling on Poke Theory’s catering services.

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2. Salmon Samurai

While tuna is often used in poke bowls, using salmon is an amazing alternative. Many sashimi lovers have salmon as their go-to, making salmon poke bowls highly popular. If you absolutely love salmon and want to give poke bowls a try, Salmon Samurai has got you covered.

Salmon Samurai is a haven for salmon lovers everywhere. Not only is their salmon poke bowls amazing, but they are also highly affordable. A huge selling point for Salmon Samurai is their extensive menu. Whether you prefer your salmon cooked or raw, with rice or noodles, you’ll be able to enjoy your preferred style of poke bowl here. If you swear by salmon, Salmon Samurai should definitely be on your list of eateries to visit.

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3. Sweetfish

Up next on our list is Sweetfish. Driven by excellence, the team at Sweetfish aims to give an awesomely sweet experience from start to finish.

Sourcing for fresh ingredients is among the top priorities at Sweetfish. On top of a commitment to freshness, they also have a larger commitment to quality for every single part of their process. They even offer brown rice as a healthier alternative to white rice. Furthermore, Sweetfish does unique fun takes on poke bowls. Some of their more interesting flavours include Wasabi Mayo as well as Sweet Yuzu Cream.

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4. Rollie Olie

At Rollie Olie, a lot of work has been put into ensuring perfect harmony in their poke bowls. The filings and toppings have been intricately matched together, resulting in an outstanding poke bowl.

Not only is Rollie Olie meticulous in creating their menu, but they also pay a lot of attention to sourcing fresh ingredients as well. Sourced from SuperFrozen fishing vessels, their tuna is preservative and additive-free. Another thing that is awesome about Rollie Olie is their extensive menu. If tuna isn’t for you, there are poke bowls featuring chicken, salmon, white fish, unagi and even steak. There’s even a ‘Green Goddess’ for veggie lovers out there. Of course, their toppings and sauces are also unique, making each poke bowl excitingly different from the other.

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5. Aloha Poke

Taken by the amazing Poke they had in Hawaii; 2 couples decided to open Aloha Poke to share the love of Poke with Singapore.

Aloha Poke features 3 flagship flavours: Original, Wasabi Mayo and Spicy. Apart from these flavours, a huge plus point for Aloha Poke is the level of customisation that’s offered. If sashimi isn’t your thing, you can choose between a variety of other cooked items for your poke bowl. These include tofu, King Oyster Mushroom and Shrimp. There is also a wide range of premium add ons like jellyfish and avocado to level up your dish.

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If you’re bored of local cuisine, we urge you to give poke bowls a try. Hearty, healthy and refreshing, poke, this Hawaiian delicacy is famous for a good reason. Using this list, you’ll know just where to go for an amazing poke bowl experience.  

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