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Featuring Sarnies (Telok Ayer), Grain Traders (Telok Ayer), The Sushi Bar Dining (Ngee Ann City), District Sushi, Poke Doke (Millenia Walk), Pimp My Salad (PasarBella @ Suntec), Workspace Espresso (Marina Bay Financial Centre), Haakon Superfoods & Juice (One Raffles Place), A Poke Theory (Marina One)
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Must try the beetroot hummus!! It’s a definite pick-me-up on a bad day hahaha. The chicken breast wasn’t dry either!

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I think that the portioning for the little poke is just nice, not too much yet not too little (unlike some poke bowl - sometimes you still feel hungry after gobbling it down!!). I’m not a Super big fan of the poke but I love the variety of toppings 😛

1 base 1 protein 2 sides 1 topping and 1 smth else... I chose the Salad base, Grass-fed beef, sweet potato, broccoli, bean sprouts and furikake ☺️ portioning is good and I believe the dishes steer towards the Mediterranean flavours!

Pretty decent chirashi for the price!!!

The difference between the Small ($22.90) and the Regular ($26.90) is the number of slices of sashimi. For just $4 more, you get an extra slice of salmon, tuna, swordfish and yellowtail!

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