10 Best Poke Bowl Places in Singapore

Blurb: If you are looking for the best poke bowl place in Singapore then in this article we are providing you with the list of 10 best poke bowl places in Singapore which you should definitely try once. Read out full guide to delve into a delicious poke bowl.

Poke bowls in Singapore are all the rage lately, and we completely understand why. Poke bowls are filling, fresh, healthy, and delicious!

Poke bowls originated in Hawaii, and quickly spread to the rest of the world. Imagine a bed of sushi rice topped with raw fish, ahi tuna and spicy salmon, avocado, flying fish roe, soy sauce, and an onsen egg. Yum!

There are an abundance of good poke bowl restaurants in Singapore to try – but which is the best one among all?

Well, no need to worry as here in this article we have listed down the best poke bowl places you can find in Singapore by tasting, reviewing, and comparing them.

Get ready to grab your own bowl of rice, fish, and fresh topping goodness!

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1. A Poke Theory

A Poke Theory

Location: 01-53 Velocity @ Novena Square, 238 Thomson Rd, 307683

This is just 1 location, there are many more locations of A Poke Theory in Singapore which you can find here.

A Poke Theory is a top-rated poke bowl chain with fifteen locations in Singapore! Of all those outlets, three of them are for pick-up and delivery only. For being so successful, the chain is relatively new – A Poke Theory began in 2016 at Telok Ayer.

You can create a customised poke bowl at any of the Poke Theory outlets. We recommend visiting their newest outlet on Boon Tat Street! Mixing and matching a base rice, fish or chicken, toppings, and extra flavourings will let you figure out your favourite poke bowls. Their poke bowl menu is very extensive.

For bases, you can choose from their signature sushi rice, brown rice, lemon herb quinoa, romaine lettuce, or soba noodles!

You can choose fresh salmon, tuna, chicken, or avocado to top the base. They even have different protein flavours, like salmon wasabi mayo, shoyu, or Mentaiko mayo.

Of course, they also have premade poke salad and poke bowl options on their menu. Some of their fan favourites include their yuzu soy ahi tuna, or their Green Goddess bowl with vegetarian tofu sesame.

A Poke Theory is available for online orders, catering, and dining-in. They’re very affordable, with a light bowl starting at just $9.90.

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2. Poke Doke

Poke Doke

Location: 9 Raffles Blvd, #01-95, Singapore 039596

Poke Doke, located at Millenia Walk, has been serving poke since 2017. You can build your own affordable poke bowls here, but they also have four other menu items. These include:

  • The OG – these salmon poke bowls feature cucumber, cherry tomatoes, avocado, lettuce, and citrus fruits. It’s topped with savoury poke bowl sauces made of shoyu and toasted sesame oil, the signature Poke Doke sauce!
  • The Spicy Almighty – this bowl features spicy garlic sesame tuna, julienned carrot, walnuts, avocado, cherry tomatoes and lima beans. It’s topped with a yummy spicy mayo.
  • What’s Up Wasabi – a great alternative to wasabi mayo is horseradish mayo! The sauce pairs well with an onsen egg and a nutty crunch of almonds.
  • The Hippe – Poke Doke’s vegetarian-friendly sauce made of shoyu, sesame seeds, and salad oil. It goes amazingly on a tofu and avocado bowl!

Get the Poke Doke Norwegian salmon or ahi poke bowls by ordering online from their website! You can also stop by their location anytime during their opening hours, between 11:30 am to 8:30 pm.

3. Umi Sushi

Umi Sushi

Location: 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #B2 – 37, Singapore 569933

This is just 1 location, there are many more locations of Umi Sushi in Singapore which you can find here.

Umi Sushi is another one of Singapore’s biggest poke bowl chains! With eighteen outlets in Singapore, it’s easy to swing by for a delicious meal. They sell Udon noodles, sushi rolls and fresh sashimi, and more, but they have a full poke bowl selection as well.

Umi poke bowls can be filled with brown rice, soba noodles, or extra salad. Make a regular bowl pop with their delicious sauces; original Shoyu, spicy Asian chili, or signature pesto sauce.

They’re one of the most visited poke bowl stores, as they’re not afraid to mix up their signature bowls with bold flavours.

Try out some pineapple, pan seared tofu, roasted sesame ahi tuna, crunchy cabbage, and fatty salmon all together!

It also has the absolute cheapest poke bowl in Singapore, at just $8.90 a bowl. You can order online or visit during their opening hours, which vary according to location.

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4. Salmon Samurai

Salmon Samurai


  • 100 Tras St, #01 – 11, Singapore 079027
  • 10 Collyer Quay B1-08 Ocean Financial Centre, 049315

Located at the Ocean Financial Centre, Salmon Samurai is loved for their salmon bowls and maki rolls.

If you’re a fan of salmon, this is the perfect location to get your dream poke. You can create your own bowls by combining ingredients, or order from their menu.

Their delicious salmon bowls feature seared tofu, crispy garlic, vegetables like broccoli, seaweed, and edamame beans, and of course – yummy sauces that tie everything together.

Try their soy flavoured salmon poke with yuzu ume rice, and add extra toppings like super sinful salmon skin, Tobiko eggs, or an onsen egg.

If you dine in, you’ll be in for a treat! Salmon Samurai is very affordable but doesn’t skimp out on their fresh salmon, plus all their poke is served in actual wooden bowls!

It tastes much better than when served in typical takeaway cardboard bowls. They also have vegetarian options, with chewy buckwheat soba, lots of avocado, and a crunchy almond cashew mix.

5. Aloha Poke

Aloha Poke

Location: 8A Marina Blvd, B2 – 46, Singapore 018984

Aloha Poke delivers a super fresh Hawaiian taste in their yummy poke! With their three flagship flavours; Original, Wasabi Mayo, and Spicy, they have made waves and wowed customers.

Each bowl is served with rice and salad, plus a big scoop of poke, and finally topped with pineapple and scallion.

You can choose your type of poke – they have raw, made of salmon or ahi tuna, as well as cooked options including shrimp, tofu and king oyster mushroom. You can also get just a scoop of poke wrapped into a burrito, called the Pokeritto.

Some might say that with so many other poke options, there’s not much that sets apart Aloha Poke anymore – but we disagree. They know how to do fresh, authentic flavours right, and that’s what makes them so special.

Aloha Poke doesn’t have the cheapest bowl in town, but it’s still affordable. A bowl starts at around $10.90, and can vary according to the extra toppings you add-on.

6. Alter Ego

Location: 8 Raffles Ave., #01-13D Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802

Alter Ego is actually a split from A Poke Theory, but much more indulgent. Their deep fried burgers and alcoholic beverages are a customer favourite.

Alter Ego is definitely the place to go when you are craving fatty, salty, rich poke. There are four Alter Ego poke bowl options on their menu.

  • Original Poke Shaker – made with their classic shoyu sauce, avocado and lime, and tobiko
  • Umami Omega – this bowl tops salmon with spicy garlic sesame seasoning, avocado and lime, and tobiko
  • Wasabi Yuzu Dragon – this poke contains wasabi yuzu salmon, avocado and lime, smoked almonds, tempura crisp, and spiced cashews
  • Ginger Mi Softly – a play on words and a play on delicious flavours like avocado miso salmon, this bowl has ginger miso salmon, smoked almonds, and lime and avocado

Aloha Poke also has some sweet smoothie bowls you can try out as a healthy dessert! They also provide affordable lunch sets that come with a beverage, like cold coffee, juice, soft drinks, or tea.

Their weekday sets cost $13.90, while their full poke bowls cost $20.00. Alter Ego is open from 12 pm to 11 pm on weekdays, and from 11 am to 11 pm on weekends.

Make sure to bookmark this article to use the next time you’re craving poke!

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7. Rollie Olie

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

Rollie Olie has several outlets in Singapore, and they’re famed for their delicious sushi rolls and rice bowls. Their outlet at the North Wing PasarBella Suntec had a full selection of poke bowls to choose from, but this location has closed.

Their operating outlets are at the SBF Centre, the Star Vista, Woods Square, and Asia Square. Each of the outlets have differing menu options and selections of poke ingredients.

Rollie Olie also has a Green Goddess bowl, made with regular sushi rice, seared tofu, lots of veggies like lettuce and Japanese cucumber, and a sesame miso dressing. You can also try their Yuzu Bliss bowl, with sweet yuzu cream dressing, salmon and tuna, orange, roselle apple, and mixed greens.

For a healthier choice, you can replace the usual white rice with red brown rice. Their poke bowls are quite affordable, as their Green Goddess poke starts at just $9.90, and their highest priced bowl, Wild About Wasabi, costs $14.90.

You can visit Rollie Olie at any of their outlets during their opening hours, which differ at each location. The SBF Centre location is open from 8:30 am to 7:30 pm and closed on weekends. The Star Vista location is open from 11:00 am to 9:30 pm. The Woods Square is open from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm, and the Asia Square outlet is open from 11:00 am to 8:30 pm.

8. Makai Poke

Location: 7 Wallich St, #B1 – 08, Singapore 078884

Makai Poke stands out with their bold poke flavours and wide variety of ingredients to choose from! They are located at the Guoco Tower on Wallich Street, and are open on weekdays from 11:00 am to 3:30 pm.

Makai Poke recently updated their menu, with new delicious options that deviate from the standard ahi poke bowl. You can now add tako (octopus), and grilled salmon or trout along with the standard raw seasoned sashimi.

They have unique add ons as well, like pomegranate, chia seeds, tomato salsa, and pickled watermelon! Their spin on traditional toppings makes a good poke bowl even better. Their poke is also very affordable, with a bowl starting from just $10.90.

Makai Poke also ensures their menu is hearty, but still healthy. They don’t add any lard or pork to their dishes. Even their beverages are healthy and refreshing; you can choose from homemade yuzu tea, 100Plus Zero, iced mountain water, or coconut water.

9. MOAM Poke and Acai

Location: 138 Robinson Rd, #01-01 Oxley Tower, Singapore 068906

MOAM stands for Men on a Mission, owned by two men who strive to healthy Indo-fusion poke and acai. They have also created menu options that are vegan and gluten-free, so anyone can enjoy their delicious dishes.

Most of their dishes are named after locations that have inspired the chef, such as the vegetarian Canggu poke bowl. It includes organic tempeh, peanut sauce, and red cabbage. Another is their Koh Samui bowl, which is topped with tuna marinated in sambal, furikake, tobiko, and crispy fish skin.

You can also create your own bowl, starting at $15.90. For a base, you can choose from sushi rice, brown rice, quinoa, or salad. For protein, you can choose between salmon, tuna, tempeh, octopus, or avocado. Veggies include green papaya, Japanese cucumber, pineapple, cabbage and more.

They have delicious Indonesian-inspired garnishes, and if you want a double-scoop of anything, all you need to do is ask! Alongside their delicious poke are their acai bowls and healthy smoothies.

Made with all kinds of fruit; from raspberries and mango to passionfruit and kiwi, their acai and smoothies are packed with flavour. They’re blended and served without additional sweeteners. The MOAM’s opening hours are from 11:30 am to 7:00 pm, and they are closed on weekends.

10. Poke LULU

Location: United Square, #01-K13 308591, 101 Thomson Rd, Singapore 307591

Poke LULU, located in the United Square Shopping Mall, definitely makes the list as one of the most popular poke bowl restaurants. It’s easy to locate, serves great portions in sizes small, medium and large, and always has fresh ingredients.

Unfortunately, it can get very crowded and sell out out customer favourites like salmon, tuna, and popular toppings, since many get double scoops. Customers love the poke restaurant’s delicate seasoning of the fish, diverse selection of toppings, and fast service.

With fifteen superfood add ons to choose from, you can keep coming back to Poke LULU and get something new every time. Along with big chunks of sashimi, customers usually like adding more unusual toppings, such as the ginger, ikura, kimchi, jalapenos, walnuts, or quail eggs.

For being located in such a busy area, Poke LULU is also priced affordably. The average price is $20.00, but it of course depends on the size and toppings you choose. Visit Poke LULU during their opening hours of 11:30 am to 8:30 pm, but be sure to avoid the lunch and dinner rushes.


Poke bowls in Singapore can be hard to find – but they don’t need to be. A good poke bowl is incredibly filling, healthy, fresh, and the perfect balance between savoury, salty, and sweet. This list has all the best poke available in Singapore!

We made sure to include poke restaurants that have both authentic flavours and new twists on poke, like MOAM with their Indonesian-inspired dishes. Though poke can be pricier than other foods, this list makes sure to be wallet-friendly and affordable to all.

Many have unique toppings you won’t be able to find anywhere else, plus delicious beverages that pair perfectly with the chunks of sashimi and rice. Try anything from specialty tea, infused rice, sweet yuzu cream tea, acai bowls, and fruit smoothies.

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