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.

92 Amoy Street
Singapore 069911

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

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

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

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

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

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




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Such a visual spectacle! Love the look of a full load of veg and generous chunks of spiced Poke, Soh a little of the sushi rice, which is a real cheat. spicy tuna and special metai prawns,

Aloha is still my all-time favourite poké place, even after trying so many of its competitors. Fish so fresh that it almost seems a shame to be dousing it in addictive house marinades; smooth and clean cuts yielding well-sized cubes of poke without jagged edges; generous assortments of toppings; nutty and chewy brown rice; and importantly, easily accessible with the number of outlets within town.

I usually prefer to customize my own bowl/wrap, but this time I opted for the xmas special - avocado salmon and garlic shrimp* atop salad and brown rice, accompanied with fresh (not canned!!!) pineapple, cranberries, pomegranate, walnuts and vegetarian caviar. You have the option to swop the shrimp for something else if you prefer, so I chose my favourite spicy salmon instead. I thought the fiery and flavourful marinade was the perfect counterpart to the avocado salmon, which was otherwise a tad bland on its own.

Service at the main outlet is prompt, friendly and obliging. Can't say the same for some of their other outlets (eg Citylink Mall), where the perpetually sour faces of the counter staff are a bit of a put-off sometimes.

This xmas bowl with two scoops of poke set me back $17 (after 7% GST), which is very slightly higher than other similar establishments. But given the quality of food and consistency of standard, I am always very happy to return

loveeeeeee aloha’s seasonal poke flavor - mentai salmon. this is definitely hands down my favorite go to poké place. the flavors are not too overpowering that you can’t taste the freshness of the sashimi 👍🏻

Lil Swell - S$11.90++
Medium Bowl - S$15.90++
Big Bowl - S$19.90++
📍: @alohapokesg

Always very generous with the toppings and the sashimi never fails 👍🏻

Ordered a lil' swell portion $11.90++ (single scoop of poke),salad base and mentaiko salmon. Still one of my fav poke around. 👍🏻3.5/5
📍Citylink Mall, 1 Raffles Link #B1-65 #yybffcityhall

For $18, u only get to choose the salmon and tuna flavour. But we like how all the ingredients blend well with each other. Definitely one of the nicest poke around 👍🏻4/5
📍92 Amoy St Singapore 069911 #yybfftelokayer

Say aloha to the poke seasonal special - mentaiko salmon, shoyu tuna. An indulgent (for those who love their raw fish) but still healthy salad, in the guise of a 'poke' bowl. Don't know why but this is apparently a Hawaiian dish. Marinated fish cubes, on a bed of greens/brown rice/sushi rice with a choice of 2 toppings, and a standard roundoff of pineapple, lime and spring onion.
Their poke bowls are really more yummy, compared to a said counterpart nearby. Standard bowl ($15.90) gets 2 scoops of the fish/other main. Tried a bit of a friend's spicy salmon, and it's the kind that's painfully addictive - fiery spicy, but leaves you wanting more. Looks like we'll be back soon.

Super fresh fish, generous toppings, reasonable pricing and a bustling ambience; all the right ingredients for poke success.

My go to flavors would definitely be the original shoyu salmon and spicy tuna but go ahead and mix and match to find your own favourite!!

The poké place that was the beginning of the poké craze. The ultimate poké bowl ($18) was a generous serving of 2 kinds of fish and salad/superfoods topped over rice.
If you're thirsty, their big island iced tea is ever so refreshing. Otherwise they do have a good beer selection as well.

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 😝

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👍🏼😇

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

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)

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.

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