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238 Thomson Road
#01-53 Velocity
Singapore 307683

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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This combination is so yummy and healthy (minus the extra mayo that I asked for oops) I am obsessed

Poke bowl has always been a go to! Always fresh and good! However, first time trying the açai bowl. Imo, i feel that the portion of the açai bowl is a lil too small for its price. It was just a scoop of açai with some fruits and nuts as well as cookie butter drizzle for $8.90. Personally feel that it is not worth the price. Although the açai wasn’t tat bad, but would rather go for other açai out there which i find is more worth it!

Ratings: ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

Haven't had a poke bowl in quite awhile & managed to get my cravings satisfied with @poketheorysg! 😋

Thanks to Grabfood, I managed to get a bowl from their Novena outlet delivered to the office. I love the fact that you can customise your items in their standard bowl (I.e removing some stuff you don't usually eat) & have more of what you love!

I ordered their Spicy Salmon, which comes with a side of corn, cherry tomatoes, wakame seaweed, topped with garlic chips, tobiko & black sesame, sitting on a bed of warm quinoa. Portion wise, it was perfect for a healthy meal, but only wished I had more poke to go with it~


regular portion ($5.90 each) one scoop of acai may be too little to some but it was just right for me! the coconut chia pudding base was delicious and their fruits were very fresh! thumbs up ⭐️

Regular bowl ($12.90) came with choice of base, rainbow sides including corn, carrots, sesame etc , 2 mains and 3 toppings. (Not pictured) Decided to stick to the originals and picked the signature sushi rice. The rice was seasoned nicely with vinegar and matched the flavours of the bowl well, but it was a bummer that the texture was hard and clumpy and far from the yummy bed of sushi rice I had imagined. On to the sides - special mention to the pineapple which balanced the tangy flavours of the bowl with its sweetness and also wakame seaweed for it's nice crunch. I chose the spicy salmon and avocado as my 2 mains. Avocado was the right balance of mash and chunks, and very very well-seasoned. I would have this avocado on my toast for breakfast every day. Salmon chunks were supple and generously coated with the spicy sauce, simply delicious! The only issue I had was the seemingly small portions of their mains but I guess that is to be expected. Garlic chips as topping added a unique texture to the bowl and I love that Poke Theory was very generous with their range of interesting dressings (I high recommend the spicy avocado).

What I went for:

Step 1: Regular [$12.90] + Lemon Herb Quinoa

Step 2: Everything except 'Honey Pineapple'

Step 3: Avocado Miso Salmon + Sambal Mayo Salmon (Seasonal Special)

Step 4: Garlic Chips + Furikake + Tobiko

Verdict: 😋