Aloha! is a casual dining outlet that specializes in Poke bowls. In the evening, we transform into a Tiki Bar serving cocktails and a full dinner menu.
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92 Amoy Street
Singapore 069911

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

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Price

~$20/pax

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My favourite flavour in this yummy poke bowl is the mentaiko seasonal salmon!

The spicy salmon comes in close second :) that said, the poke served At @alohapokesg is Super fresh. This bowl has 3 scoops of poke (I.e the largest bowl) because 1 scoop is never enough 😝

Ultimate Poke @ $18

When it first came I was a bit disappointed. But like they say, don't judge the book by its cover😂 enjoyed every single bit of the bowl, had mixed rice as my base, original salmon, and tuna wasabi👍🏼😇

Happy Hour Till 7.30pm!

Had their fiery cocktail, very pretty little performance✌🏻 it was refreshing! You'll defs like it if ya a passionfruit lover😛

I've been trying all kinds of poke recently and i still feel the OG; Aloha Poke is still the one to beat in SG.


Well marinated fish that's neither heavy nor bland. I really liked that the star of the show is the poke and not anything else such as too fancy toppings. •
Ambience was great and ordering was a breeze. It's not wonder it's always crowded no matter what time you go. •
Taste (8/10)
Ambience (7/10)
Overall (8/10)

Poppin' My Cherry (Tomatoes)

I completely forgot I even had this picture on my phone till today. Aloha Poke has been around for a good few months, but it's only recently that I've gotten round to giving it a go.

At $15-16 for two sizable scoops of raw salmon or tuna atop a veritable mound of rice, lettuce and a couple of toppings of your choosing, it's the maximal bang for your buck that you can get round town. I chose wasabi tuna and their seasonal special of mentai salmon, and both fish were remarkably fresh and did not fail to please.

The wasabi tuna brought the heat with a tongue numbing wasabi mayo sauce that (mercifully) didn't turn on the nose waterworks, while the satisfying salmon packed a creamy, savory flavor that just made the whole poke bowl slide down just that much easier.

If you're sick of salads, have a poke around Aloha and get stuck right in. It's equally healthy, but somehow more satisfying.

Poke Bowls

Gotta be my favorite poke bowl so far. The fish is really fresh compared to others and generous in servings. I'll be back again when I'm in the CBD area.

Poke Bowl ($19.90 for large).

Still one of the best poke bowls around! The large one came with 3 scoops of poke totalling 225g, with raw ahi tuna abd/or salmon in original, wasabi mayo or spicy mayo flavour. Mine had a seasonal poke too - prawns.
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Interestingly, all bowls taste good regardless of how it was customised! This is perhaps due to the use of fresh fishes that tastes flavourful due to the use of marinate, and the interesting mix of textures.
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Nice meeting you @karinashines, thanks for coming down on your off day!

Spicy Salmon

Poké bowls have been popular lately, I've tasted a few but my vote still goes to Aloha Poké! Their sushi rice have such great flavour. I've ordered two scoops of spicy salmon and it really does give a spicy kick! Definitely craving it again...

Big Kahuna ($19.90)

After 3 morning meetings and no breakfast, I had to go for the big kahuna. Enjoyed the fat cubes of tuna and salmon covered in their signature mayo. The salmon in mentaiko sauce (special of the day) was really good as well. I'll definitely be back again!

Ultimate Poké Bowl

Love the tiki vibes here! Spicy salmon and tuna combi was good, based with layer of brown and white rice. Price a little steep for a poké bowl ($18). Would probably try their customisable lunch bowls on my next visit.

Standard Nalu ($15.90): chose this "medium" bowl which comes with two scoops of poke (vs Lil' Swell which only had one) because I couldn't bring myself to choose between salmon and tuna.

🌴🌺🍣🥗✨ Hehe. Selected the Spicy Salmon (fave!!) which packs quite the fiery kick 🔥 and Wasabi Mayo Tuna onto my chosen base of sushi rice, 2 complimentary toppings of cucumber and flying fish roe and avocado for complimentary superfood! The staff tops every customized bowl off with pineapple cubes and scallions and a wedge of lime. Perfection 💯💯💯 #dqky #burpple

Ultimate Poké Bowl (Spicy Tuna & Original Salmon)

Was disappointed to learn that the customisable bowls are only available for lunch. Although I would still prefer to be able to pick my ingredients, I can't complain much about this bowl.

The Ultimate Poké Bowl was generously filled with various superfood. I loved the combination of the textures, from the crunchy walnuts to the creamy mouthfeel from the avocados. The spicy tuna was definitely much more interesting than the salmon, but unfortunately the taste got alittle too rich for me after awhile. I loved the pineapple bits inside, & wished there were more to cut through the heavier taste of the spicy tuna.

Not the first place I would think of if I ever need a sashimi fix, but a good meal option if you're in the area and want to up your salad game.

**I absolutely adore the deco of the place. So charming and cute. Loving the tiki feels!

Poke Bowl ❤

Big Kahuna ($19.90) - 3 scoops, 225g of Poke 🍣🥗.
🍴Generous bowl of perfectly seasoned fresh sashimi & vegetables. Healthy & delicious & customizable to suit your personal taste ⭐️4.5/5 ⭐️

Standard Nalu ($15.90)

Aloha Poké probably holds 1st place as my favourite poké place in Singapore.

There are 3 sizes to choose from ($11.90, $15.90, $19.90) but I typically go for the medium one (Standard Nalu) as that seems to fill me up quite comfortably. There's a choice of either a rice or salad base, and then tuna or salmon prepared in original, wasabi mayo or spicy marinade - the spicy is greeeat. From there you can have a variety of add ons and superfoods and the poké bowl will be served to you with spring onions, pineapple and a lime wedge. The bowls are overflowing, and sure - it might be a bit of a challenge to gracefully negotiate your way through the serving, but it is worth it. The fish is perfectly marinated and is a decent portion for what you pay.

If only they had the customisable bowls all day long, I wouldn't bother going anywhere else. But unfortunately this is just a day time thing as they only have a fixed menu in the evening (the dinner Ultimate Poké Bowl is just not as good as the lunch ones).

Otherwise... FAVE. 👍🏼👍🏼

Tofu Poké

More expensive than A poké theory and limited choices of vegetables. The portion was also rather small, esp the amount of rice it was pretty little. Otherwise glad to have a vegetarian option of sesame marinated tofu that was quite tasty.

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