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 - 04:00pm


11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm



What you should order at A Poke Theory

You should order these at A Poke Theory

Reviews at A Poke Theory

Reviews of good food at A Poke Theory
A Poke Theory

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

A Poke Theory

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

A Poke Runner Up

This spot is so conveniently located below the new yoga studio I go to so, I suspect they will be the recipient of a lot of my money in the coming future.

I went with the spicy garlic sesame tuna ($11.90 for 100g) with a base of lemon herb quinoa. There is also the option for shoyu tuna, spicy mayo salmon and avocado miso salmon - and larger portions too. It comes with standard toppings of tobiko, furikake, nori, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, wakame (which I opted out of), pineapple, carrot and sesame seeds.

While the fish was seasoned very nicely and I really like the selection of standard toppings, I don't think it quite hits the spot as closely as my favourite place. BUT, it definitely is worth coming back for. I hear they have rather delightful smoothie bowls...


Poké Poke

Why am i not surprised that Poké bowl outlets are sprouting out all over our ☀️ sunny island?
They are healthy AND yummy - TOO HARD TO RESIST 😋

Chose a basic bowl with Avocado Miso Salmon.
I cant really taste the "avocado miso" but, the salmon was so fresh and chunky 😍 im fine even if it wasnt seasoned.
Base options: Sushi rice, brown rice, lemon herb quinoa or romaine lettuce
EVERY SINGLE MOUTHFUL was JOY from the fresh ingredients of different textures and crunch...all mixed together
💸$12.50 (includes tax) for the regular bowl, 100g of fish
(Large bowl is 150g of fish, $13.90 + tax)
Drinks at extra $2 to complete the meal 😋 #gochisosama
Verdict: Im gona keep going back, especially after Yoga class 🙏🏻

Maca Nutter

Maca Nutter (S$6)
Base - Banana, raw maca, soy milk.
Toppings - Coconut & dark chocolate drizzle, pomegranate, dark chocolate shavings, roasted cashews.
Available at @APokeTheory
The superfood smoothie bowl was quite refreshing and smooth, except for the frozen pieces of banana in the base. I like the feel of the burst of pomegranate in the mouth.
A Poke Theory
Address 🏠 : 27 Boon Tat Street, Singapore 🇸🇬 069 622
Open 💈 :
Mon - Fri : 11am - 8pm
Sat : 11am - 4pm
MRT 🚇 : Telok Ayer (DT18)

Spicy Mayo Salmon

Chinese New Year feasting has (almost) come to an end – it's time to kick back on the indulgent bingeing and go for more wholesome foods!

This is my favourite at @apoketheory: fresh salmon cubes tossed in a slightly spicy marinade and served on a bed of sushi rice, flanked by cherry tomatoes, edamame, mango, lime avocado, spiced roasted cashews and kale chips.

Had fun assembling our own poke bowls from @apoketheory yesterday!

Plus we got to top it off with Green Caviar, specially imported by @mealbelly. Shaped like tiny grapes with high nutritional value, it's easy to prepare too! Just simply #RinseSoakServe. Prices begin from $12 for 100g of green caviar. Be sure to check out their website www.mealbelly.com.

For Tasty Poké Bowls in the CBD

A Poke Theory rolled out its first poké bowl at its Boon Tat outlet four months ago, and already it has won over the hearts of many young CBD folks. It's a convenient and favourable dining option in the CBD (there are plenty of seats), so head down early to avoid disappointment. The two sizes, Regular (from $11.50) or Large (from $15), refer to the amount of fish you get, not the size of the bowl. Choose from one of three bases (rice, quinoa or lettuce) and one of four marinades — get the signature sushi rice infused with garlic and chili and the spicy mayo salmon for your marinade. Toppings like cherry tomatoes, cubed pineapples and furikake are free flow, while premium toppings like Kale Chips, Crispy Salmon Skin and Spiced Cashew Nuts ($2 each) come highly recommended by the Burpple community. Don't leave without having their Superfood Smoothie Bowl ($6) to share — we're partial towards the refreshing Raspberry Tropic that comes topped with pomegranate seeds, mango cubes, coconut chips and sunflower seeds.
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burppler Monica Lie

Original Shoyu Tuna & Avocado Miso Salmon

Preferred the Original Shoyu Tuna ($11.5 for 100g) among the two we tried. Wish the poke cubes were bigger though.. the significance of the toppings and base seemed more in my mouth😬 On a side note, the premium toppings I've tried so far were delicious - kale chips ($2) and spiced roasted cashews ($2) !

There is always room for dessert, even after a filling portion of poké bowl.

Made with a blend of banana and soy milk, you will find A Poke Theory’s range of Superfood Smoothie Bowls miles apart from the sugar packed version. A great alternative to ice cream that are loaded with the bad stuff, their rendition not just caters to the health fanatics, as I am definitely not one. Having the Raspberry Tropic ($6.00), the added element of raspberries gave a nice tartness (as well as colour) to the banana-y bowl which tasted pretty good together and had great textures along with all the other toppings - pomegranate, mango, crunchy coconut chips, and sunflower seeds. Reminding me of nice cream, the consistency of this natural fruit flavour combination was smoother and makes for a fantastic treat.

A Poke Theory

A healthy lunch that wasn't overly filling. The regular Poke bowl (100g of salmon) starts at $12.50 and you can select the regular ingredients for free, or add on $1 or $2 per ingredient for the "premium" range which consists of exciting things like kale chips or pomegranate seeds to get your poke bowl looking extra fine!

Bright colors make for a healthy and happy bowl.

Back again for the second time, the sashimi is still fresh, vegetables are still crunch, sauces are still on point.
Great for a quick and healthy lunch.
#hungryhungrymonster #apoketheory #burpple


Clearly, Hawaiian poke bowls are all the rage now and I do have many theories when it comes to these colourful healthy ‘Po-kay’ Bowls (pun intended). However, hearty, healthy, and tasty may be the winning formula for this sleek yet casual food joint.

Filled with greens, fresh protein cuts, grains and distinct sauces for that well-balanced bite. Each A Poke Theory’s bowl offers an interesting myriad of textures. Building your very own poke bowl is simple too, choose your carb (Lemon Herb Quinoa/ Signature Sushi Rice/Romaine Lettuce), pick your flavoured fish (Original Shoyu Tuna/ Spicy Garlic Sesame Tuna/ Spicy Mayo Salmon/ Avocado Miso Salmon), and select from the range of standard toppings. Also, pimp it up with the premium toppings ($2) prepared daily such as Kale Chips and Spiced Roasted Cashews.

Having the regular portion of Avocado Miso Salmon on a bed of nutty quinoa tossed in fresh lemon and chopped cilantro, I found the flavours to be pretty mild but the avo sauce was intriguing as the initial creaminess gave way to the hint of saltiness from the miso. You can also give the other sauces a try and spice up your bowl at the side counter.

The bowl, for me, unfortunately lacked a little oomph and fell short from the many praises that I have read about. But worth a try nonetheless, especially for a guilt-free lunch option!

Poke Bowl

Enjoyable and damn filling. Basically pick a base (sushi rice/ quinoa/ romaine lettuce), flavour (shoyu/ spicy garlic sesame tuna, avocado miso/ spicy mayo salmon - no worries if you can't make up your mind. They've got the exact sauces on the side!), weight (regular was filling enough for me) and finally unlimited choice of toppings (essentially six: carrot, edamame, cucumber, tomatoes, pineapples and tobiko; the rest at additional cost). Lastly, premium toppings if you'd like.

Went for the gluten-free option lemon herb quinoa, creamy, (mildly) spicy mayo salmon and added $2 for the premium topping of their spiced cashew nuts which is made fresh daily, according to their staff - NO REGRETS it was so darn good!!! A little spicy/ savoury/ sweet all rolled in one with crunchy nutty goodness (ended up buying a pack home 😛) . And then I added the other sauces which were all good but if I could choose only one, it'll be the spicy garlic sesame for that extra fragrant oomph.

Large Spicy Salmon Poke Bowl

Ooooooh love!!!!!! This has been on my eating wish list for quite awhile. Opted for kahlua meat and lime avocado top ups and shared with a pal, and it was a gigantic fulfilling serving!!! Everything was tangy and zesty and fresh and the fried shallots added just the fried crunch to this lovely mix :) happy meal!!! Will come back soon teehee

Recently at A Poke Theory

People who ate here recently

A Poke Theory was added to these Lists

People who added this place to their lists
Healthy Things (maybe)
Healthy, Salads Healthy Things (maybe) If I eat all the grain, poke, salad and acai bowls in Singapore... it's still ok because they are supposedly healthy, right?