SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

A Poke Theory

You can now get your taste of Hawaiian poke bowls at Boon Tat Street.

A Poke Theory is a new sleek 60-seater establishment at 27 Boon Tat Street offering healthy and nutritious salads inspired by the Hawaiian poke bowls. The space is decked in an industrial fashion making it a trendy spot for health-fanatics. 

They serve fresh Hawaiian poke bowls all day which include a choice of four bases, their signature sushi rice, lemon herb quinoa, jasmine brown rice and romaine lettuce that can be plated with a choice of four different flavors, original Japanese-grade shoyu tuna, spicy garlic sesame tuna, spicy mayo salmon and avocado miso salmon, with a selection of toppings ranging from nori flakes to cherry tomatoes, and more. A regular 100g bowl is priced from $11.50 while a large 150g bowl is priced from $15. 

The establishment also offers smoothie bowls ($6) with flavors such as maca nutter (banana, raw maca, soy milk topped with coconut, dark chocolate and roasted cashews), cacaoholic (banana, raw cacao, soy milk topped with coconut, dark chocolate and quinoa puffs) alongside cold-pressed juices and Melbourne’s popular T2 tea infusions ($2.50)—a first in Singapore. They'll also be taking fuss-free nutrition to another level with online orders and CBD deliveries. 

A Poke Theory is a new sleek 60-seater establishment at 27 Boon Tat Street offering healthy and nutritious salads inspired by the Hawaiian poke bowls. The space is decked in an industrial fashion making it a trendy spot for health-fanatics. 

They serve fresh Hawaiian poke bowls all day which include a choice of four bases, their signature sushi rice, lemon herb quinoa, jasmine brown rice and romaine lettuce that can be plated with a choice of four different flavors, original Japanese-grade shoyu tuna, spicy garlic sesame tuna, spicy mayo salmon and avocado miso salmon, with a selection of toppings ranging from nori flakes to cherry tomatoes, and more. A regular 100g bowl is priced from $11.50 while a large 150g bowl is priced from $15. 

The establishment also offers smoothie bowls ($6) with flavors such as maca nutter (banana, raw maca, soy milk topped with coconut, dark chocolate and roasted cashews), cacaoholic (banana, raw cacao, soy milk topped with coconut, dark chocolate and quinoa puffs) alongside cold-pressed juices and Melbourne’s popular T2 tea infusions ($2.50)—a first in Singapore. They'll also be taking fuss-free nutrition to another level with online orders and CBD deliveries. 

Venue Details
Address: A Poke Theory, 27 Boon Tat St., Singapore, 069623 Singapore
Website: www.apoketheory.com
Area: Central, Raffles Place
Price Range: $
Open since: July, 2016
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm; Sat 9am-3pm
Nearest trainTelok Ayer
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