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1 Keong Saik Road
#01-05 The Working Capitol
Singapore 089109

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11:30am - 03:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm



11:30am - 03:00pm

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The poke bowl was very satifying. Nice mix of guac coupled with the spice from the kimchi. Salmon was juicy and fresh. They allow for costomization (e.g. no carb options). Will be back again!

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Located along Keong Saik Road, this Hawaiin-inspired cafe doles out salad bowls and wraps that are both healthy and delicious. The WikiWiki 2.0 ($14) is what you're here for, which sees a delicious combi of marinated salmon, kimchi, avo, tobiko and jalapenos on red rice. On wraps, the tangy, Mexican-inspired The Muchacho ($14) is a wise pick too.
Photo by Burppler Rueann Dass


Bring a couple of friends for a laidback, healthy lunch at this Hawaiian-inspired cafe set along Keong Saik Road. You're here for The Wikiwiki Salmon (from $14), a poke bowl based with well-cooked Japanese rice and quinoa topped with salmon cubes dressed in zingy chipotle mayo, kimchi, jalapenos and a dollop of creamy avo. Alternatives include The Hoku ($16), a combination of brown rice, salmon, pineapple and wasabi mayo, as well as the Ono Hamachi ($16) that comes with diced hamachi mixed with wasabi, ponzu, edamame, seaweed, pickled ginger and tobiko.
Photo by Burppler Raine Liu


Came here at around 2.30pm near closing time and ordered the salmon wikiwiki 2.0 bowl and the hail caeser wrap. They gave us a complimentary cheesecake too! All for $15 (with burpple beyond 1 for 1) we got big portions and the salmon bowl was delicious there was kimchi guacamole and chunks of salmon on top of brown rice for the health conscious. The combination of the kimchi and the guac went surprisingly well! The caeser salad was stuffed with a lot of chicken lettuce cheesy croutons and anchovies. The complimentary cheesecake tasted like whip cream on dry biscuit but hey at least it was free.


Lots going on in a single bowl filled with red rice, raw salmon, jalapeno (which I remove), kimchi, sesame seeds, avocado and chipotle mayo. Compared to other poke bowls, this bowl was more boldly-flavoured and very filling. Pricer than others but value-for-money for its serving size and with Beyond 1-for-1.


Roasted chicken, corn, black beans, salsa and tortilla chips — their take on a Mexican-inspired wrap. Tasty and tangy, although I suspect it would’ve been more enjoyable as a bowl instead.

Yep, you can get most of the dishes here either as wraps or bowls.