Here’s a riddle for you – what looks good, tastes good and feels good? A poke bowl! The bowl, originating from Hawaii, has taken the world by storm. And Singapore is no exception😉 But we’ve never had a chance to try it for ourselves as none of the poke bowl stores in Singapore are halal – well, till now, that is!

A Poke Theory has been building itself up as the go-to poke bowl stop since 2016, and they went to great lengths to receive their Halal certification! They even replaced their Kalua Pork topping with a Hawaiian BBQ chicken topping 🤗

For those who are not familiar with pokebowls, it’s actually a traditional Hawaiian salad filled with rice covered with chunks of raw, marinated fish (typically tuna) and topped with vegetables and different kinds of sauces. The end product is not just yummy but also a beautiful work of art 😍

This poke bowl stop offers all that and more! They have salmon poke which comes at the same price as their tuna poke. The best part is that the prices are NETT.

Credit: @apoketheory on Instagram

Now if these gorgeous bowls have won your heart already, wait till you see their jaw-dropping Superfood smoothie bowls.  It looks sinful but it’s only made out of frozen fruits and soy milk so wave those health concerns goodbye! The only thing this smoothie bowl will give you is nutrients (and of course, a stunning Instagram feed 😉).

Credit: @apoketheory on Instagram

Top off your smoothie bowl with a luscious crunchy coconut dark chocolate drizzle 😍 There’s really no reason to resist this!

Credit: @apoketheory on Instagram

So what are you waiting for? Pop by A Poke Theory at Boon Tat St, DUO Galleria, Marina One or One@KentRidge!

Credit: @apoketheory on Instagram

And for those who are wondering just how much it’ll cost you, here’s their full poke bowl price list:


Telok Ayer: 27 Boon Tat Street, S069623
Bugis: #01-36/37, DUO Galleria, 7 Fraser St, S189356
Kent Ridge: #02-12, One@KentRidge, 1 Lower Kent Ridge Road, S119082
Marina One: #B2-52, Marina One, The Heart, 5 Straits View, S018935

Opening hours

Telok Ayer: 11am to 8pm (Weekdays), 11am to 4pm (Saturdays), Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
Marina One: 11am to 8pm (Weekdays), Closed on Weekends and Public Holidays
Bugis: 11am to 9pm (Weekdays), 11am to 4pm (Weekends), Closed on major Public Holidays
Kent Ridge: 11am to 8pm (Weekdays), 11am to 3.30pm (Saturdays), Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

Contact No: 6904 8189 (Telok Ayer), 6284 3100 (Marina One)
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