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Sashimi Lovers: Complete List of Poke Bowl Places Near You (with prices!)

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I frickin’ love poke bowls.

Any form of raw fish is actually very welcome. I had my very first poke bowl perhaps a year back when I found out about one of the OG poke bowl places, and the rest was history. I mean, if you’re going to be paying $6 for Kopitiam food in the CBD, might as well double that for a poke bowl, no? 😛

We’ve put together this comprehensive list of poke places sorted by price for your reference (and also mine), because this means I will be having poke bowls for dayssssss! (My wallet says ouch, but my soul says yes!)

 Avg. price of poke bowl per person ($)No. of outletsArea (based on nearest MRT station)
$13 and below
Makai Poke$101Tanjong Pagar
Salmon Samurai$112Raffles Place, Tanjong Pagar
Sweetfish$121City Hall
Katto$131One-North
Unkai Japanese Cuisine$121Dakota
$14 and above
Poke Lulu$151Novena
Poke Doke$151Promenade
Loloku Poke Bar
And Deli
$161Outram Park
Ohana Poke$161Expo
A Poke Theory$161Telok Ayer
Alter Ego$161Esplanade
Rollie Ollie$162Promenade, Buona Vista
Aloha Poke$168Telok Ayer, Raffles Place, Downtown,
City Hall, Bugis, Orchard, Jurong East
Ninja Cut$162Esplanade
Ola Beach Club$201Sentosa
Dapper Coffee$201Telok Ayer
Tanuki Raw$212Orchard, Bugis/Bras Basah
Kinki Restaurant
and Bar
$231Raffles Place

More affordable options ($13 and below):

Makai Poke

Tanjong Pagar Centre, 7 Wallich Street, #B1-08, Singapore | Mon-Fri: 10.45am-8.30pm, Sat & Sun: 11.30am-3.30pm
Avg. price per poke bowl: $12

Image credit: Tanjong Pagar Centre

Located at B1 of Tanjong Pagar Centre, Makai Poke offers takeaways for healthy and delicious poke bowls, perfect for a quick pop-in during a busy day at work.

Sweetfish

Capitol Piazza 13 Stamford Rd, #B2-30, Singapore 178905 | Open daily, 11.30am – 8pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $12

Image credit: sethlui.com

SweetFish prides itself in making poke bowls that are affordable and available to the masses.

Hungry portion: $9, Starving portion: $14

  • Must try: Sweet Yuzu Cream, Salmon

Salmon Samurai (previously known as Shinkansen)

2 outlets in the CBD

10 Collyer Quay, B1-08 Ocean Financial Centre Singapore 049315 | Open daily: 11am-10.30pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $11

Image credit: Burpple

The first thing that catches my eye is how affordable it is (a poke bowl for $9.90 is honestly pretty rare!) If you’re in the mood for something less raw, they have torched and braised salmon options in bowls and rolls too.

  • Additional toppings such as an onsen egg ($1), half an avocado ($1.50), or ebiko ($1).

Unkai Japanese Cuisine

39 Old Airport Rd, #01-88 | Mon-Fri: 11am-10pm, Sat: 4pm-10pm. Closed on Fridays

Avg. price: $12

Image credit: Alexisjetsets on Instagram

This one doesn’t serve poke bowl per se, but we just had to add it to the list of affordable seafood & sashimi that is sure to sate your craving for sashimi without breaking the bank. Unkai can be found at the Old Airport Road Hawker Center and prides itself for its sashimi, fresh oysters and scallops.

  • Must try: Sake sashimi, 5 slices for $6

If you’re in the mood to splurge ($15 and above):

Loloku Poke Bar And Deli

Keong Saik 1, #01-05, The Working Capitol Building, 089109 | Mon-Fri: 11.30am – 2.30pm, 5.00pm – 9.00pm, Sat & Sun: Closed

Avg. price per poke bowl: $16

Image credit: Burpple

What sets them apart from other poke bowl outlets? Their Hamachi option on top of the usual salmon and tuna. Hamachi is sushi-grade yellowtail fish which comes in several marinades for your choosing.

Regular size: $12.50, Build your own: $16+

  • Must try: Ono Hamachi Bowl

Premium toppings: Additional $1-$4

  • Must try: Seasoned Jelly Fish

Make your own hamachi bowl regular $14 large $16 with add-ons at about $2 each

Ohana Poke

5 Changi Business Park Central #01-20 Changi City Point, 486038 | Open daily: 11am-9pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $16

Image credit: Ohana Poke Website

Ola Beach Club

Ola Beach Club is located at 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005 | Open Mon – Fri, 10am-10pm, Sat &= Sun, 9am-10pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $20

Image credit: Ola Beach Club Website

What better way to enjoy your poke bowl than to have it by the beach?! Ola Beach Club offers you great grub on the shores of Sentosa.

Kinki Restaurant + Bar

70 Collyer Quay #02-02 Customs House, Singapore 049323 | Mon-Fri: 12–3PM, 6–11PM, Closed on Sundays

Avg. price per poke bowl: $18

Image credit: Kinki Restaurant Website

Tanuki Raw

181 Orchard Road, 04-01 Orchard Central, 238896 | Open Daily: 11:30AM–10:30PM

Avg. price per poke bowl: $18

Image credit: Tanuki Raw Wesbite

If I’m not mistaken, Tanuki Raw was one of the first few restaurants who brought about the concept of complete, balanced bowls. Not forgetting the onsen egg that is just the right consistency to mix everything in together. Yum.

Alter Ego

#01-13D, Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue, 039802 | Mon-Fri: 12pm-11pm, Sat & Sun: 11am-11pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $16

Image credit: Alter Ego Website

Termed as A Poke Theory’s evil twin, Alter Ego embraces the ‘dark side’. Amongst a variety of other dishes, their poke bowls come in two types, customisable and pre-fixed of five ideal flavour combinations. You’ll be spoiled for choice with their list of very unique flavours.

Regular, $16

  • Must try: The Original Poke Shaker

Weekday Set Lunch from $11.90 and up, other times $17

  • Wasabi Yuzu Dragon ($13.90)

Ninja Cut

32 Seah St, Singapore 188388 | Mon-Fri: 9.30am-9pm, Sat & Sun: 9am-6pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $16

Image credit: Ninja Cut Facebook Page

Opened by the same people of Ninja Bowl, Ninja cut serves wholesome Japanese inspired dishes with a substantial serving portion. Ninja cut takes a healthy spin on an otherwise sinful food bowls. Its older cousin, Ninja Bowl, also serves up a selection of poke bowls.

  • Must try: Waikiki surf, $16

Aloha Poke

8 locations islandwide

Marina Bay Link Mall 8A Marina Boulevard, #B2-46, S(018984) | Mon to Fri: 11.30am – 8pm, Closed on Sat, Sun and Public Holidays

Avg. price per poke bowl: $16

Image credit: danielfooddiary.com

There are three standard sizes of Poke bowls – the Lil’ Swell ($11.90) that comes with 1 scoop of 75g Poke, Standard Nalu ($15.90) with 2 scoops of 150g Poke and Big Kahuna ($19.90) with 3 scoops of 225g Poke. What entices people is the mouth-watering display of poke flavours at their shop fronts. It’s sure to lure you in!

A Poke Theory

4 locations mostly in the CBD

27 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069623 | Weekdays: 11am – 8pm, Saturdays: 11am – 4pm, Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays

Avg. price per poke bowl: $16

Image credit: Burpple user Dex Neo

A Poke Theory is Halal certified and a great place to chill!

Poke Doke

Millenia Walk 9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk #01-95, 039596 | Everyday: 11am – 8.30pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $15

Image credit: Poke Doke Facebook Page

Poke Doke offers a variety of poke and add-ons to choose from so picky eaters can mix and match their bowls to their liking.

Regular size: $12.50

  • Must try: Wasabi Salmon poke

Premium toppings: Additional $1.50

  • Must try: Seasoned Jelly Fish

Rollie Ollie

4 outlets islandwide

3 Temasek Boulevard North Wing, #01-K42 Singapore 038983 | Monday – Sunday : 11:30am – 10:00pm, Last Order: 9:30pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $16

Image credit: Burpple user Pink Flamingo

Rollie Ollie is a crowd favourite for its non-pretentious setting and variety of bowl or roll.

Poke Lulu

United Square, #01-K13 308591, 101 Thomson Rd, Singapore 307591 | Open daily, 11:30am – 8:30pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $15

 

Image credit: Poke Lulu Facebook Page

What’s special here? Poke Lulu has a condiments and sides mini-bar that includes a range of sauces and…kimchi! Yes, you heard right. It seemed like an odd mix at first, but I caught myself going back for a second helping of kimchi.

Katto

#01-21/22, 138522, 1 Fusionopolis Pl, 138632 | Mon-Fri: 11am-8pm, Closed on Weekends

Avg. price per poke bowl: $14

Image credit: Instagram user @iewner

These poke bowls come in Asian, Singaporean flavours like Chicken Rice Chilli Salmon and Sambal Tuna, so if you’re working in One-North and craving poke bowls with a local twist… you know where to go!

Regular size: $12.90

Dapper Coffee

73 Amoy Street, Second Floor (Above Alati Restaurant) | Monday – Friday: 8am – 5pm | Opening Hours Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm

Avg. price per poke bowl: $20

Image credit: Dapper Coffee | Facebook

We’re unclear if Dapper Coffee has since switched up its menu and is no longer selling poke bowls, but it has been getting rather decent reviews so far!


PSA! Poke places that have shut their doors for good:

Pololi – Permanently Closed

Alakai – Permanently Closed

The Poke Shack – Closed

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