A Poke Theory is a fast food-first concept serving up fresh Hawaiian poke bowls, superfood smoothie bowls, Australia's T2 tea infusions and pressed juices.

27 Boon Tat Street
Singapore 069623

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 04:00pm


11:00am - 08:00pm



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One of my favourite lunch time date spots🍴Tho I'd say it was on the pricier end (I had a Regular 100g Salmon @ $12.50, large is $16.50 - And they charge additional 7% GST), perfect for Fridays when you saved up from skimming through the week and feel like a baller HAHAHA And anyways, healthy & aesthetically-pleasing food always comes at a price 😂 Atmosphere was great, and the people are pretty friendly!! Oh, and they have special flavours once in awhile too!!

Feel that it was a tad expensive for the portion. But love the presentation! So pretty and amazingly colourful. Beating away the monday blues. The mix of flavours giving my tastebud a overload, from sweet pineapple to spicy salmon to salty cold seaweed!

So so so good! Had regular salmon bowl and added avocado. So full and value-for-money. Highly recommended.

A base of banana, blackberry, raspberry and soy milk topped with blueberries, pomegranate jewels, quinoa puffs and cashews.

This gives you a nice refreshing buzz because it's quite tangy - but maca nutter still remains my fave.

Returned to this gem at Telok Ayer for a second time in less than a week to satisfy poke bowl cravings again!!!!! This time, in addition to the poke bowl, we ordered the maca nutter smoothie bowl which compromises of banana ice cream (banana, soy milk and mama powder), topped with pomegranates, cashews and a drizzle of chocolate. I think the portion is definitely worth $6 although the banana ice cream wasn't as creamy as I hoped it would be. Despite that, the affordable quality of this place still holds true! A poke place to keep!

Found a very good and worth poke bowl location in the CBD! Decided to try this place because was craving poke bowls and wanted to try somewhere new. Step 1 was choosing your base of brown rice, white rice, quinoa or lettuce. I wanted to go for the brown rice but it was all out so went for the quinoa instead which went rather well with the bowl. It was approx. $12 for 100g of salmon/tuna of the flavour of your choice and a unlimited no. of toppings like nori, tobiko etc. I decided to have a treat myself day so added $2 for spiced cashews and $1 for avocado. This is rly one of those places that are generous with their toppings so you feel that you are paying for both quality and quantity. I will come back again for sure 😛😛😛

Preferred this over the cacaoholic smoothie bowl that I had the last time. The banana base was topped with cashews and chocolate. Somehow this was lighter and the pomegranate jewels gave it a nice tart crunch.

after many months of reading reviews on this poke bowl stop, my friend and i decided to try their famous smoothie bowls! we ordered the cacaoholic ($6) and blackberry binge ($6), and safe to say, these were truly value-for-money. they were fruity and crunchy, and big enough to fill our bellies! will definitely be back to try their signature poke bowls 👋🏼🥙

Made up of a base of banana, cacao and soy milk and topped with dark chocolate drizzle, cacao nibs, blueberries and quinoa puffs for crunchies. As a combination it was nice, a good mixture of textures and not too sweet. This was a refreshing post-workout treat but was a bit much for one person. The base of the smoothie bowl was quite thick and sticky because of the banana which made it very, very filling. So, unless you're really hungry you'd probably want to share this.

We had lemon herb quinoa, with spicy mayo salmon and avocado salmon (100g-$12.50, 150g-$16.50) and all the free toppings like carrots, cucumber, pineapple, cherry tomato, wakame seaweed. Glutton us, added edamame and lime avocado ($1 each topping). Overall its kinda disappointing. Not sure if it was the combination we ordered wasnt right. It lacks of a crunch factor. Probably next time if i ever come here again, i will add something crunchy like roasted cashew, crispy salmon skin or kale chips (add $2 for each of this topping though). Total damage for a bowl $18.50
✖️probably not going back since i wouldnt pass by there anyway
📍27 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069623 #yybffTelokAyer #yybffTanjongPagar

Poké bowl at A Poké Theory~~~🥗😋
• Lemon Herb Quinoa & Romaine Lettuce Base
• Avocado Miso Salmon
• Spicy Garlic Sesame Tuna
• Toppings

Poké bowl at A Poké Theory~~~🥗😋
• Lemon Herb Quinoa & Romaine Lettuce Base
• Avocado Miso Salmon
• Spicy Garlic Sesame Tuna
• Toppings

Base: banana, raw cacao, soya milk
Topping:coconut and dark chocolate drizzle, cacao nibs, blueberries and quinoa puffs

•the base taste more banana than chocolate
•the coconut and dark chocolate drizzle is nice
•I didnt like the pieces of frozen banana inside
•its not super delicious but its still ok

Overall, trying once is enough

POKE BOWL ($13.50)
(Quinoa, medium Shoyu Salmon, Cherry Tomato, Cucumber, pineapple, carrot, wakame with lime avocado add ons(+$1))

•really good for sashimi lover
•the salmon is well marinated that its not that fishy. Personally, I don't like raw fishes but I can still eat this
•its quite a big bowl so its super filling
•I just put all the vegetables to try but its so diverse I can't really take it
•its a heavy meal

Personally, I won't come back

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