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78 Airport Boulevard
#B1-261/262 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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According to 8days, https://www.8days.sg/eatanddrink/restaurantreviews/mad-about-salmon-pink-fish-is-the-healthy-fast-food-joint-for-11550142, apart from their 6 outlets across Norway, this outlet is their 'first overseas outpost'. Pink Fish is focused on sustainability, from their sustainably sourced salmon to their biodegradable cutleries. Naturally, this increases the price of their food. The medium poke bowl I ordered, which came with 100g of salmon, hence came up to $14.90 + $1 to change the rice to quinoa. Other condiments including soy sauce, sriracha, ketchup, and a delicious slightly fishy tasting sambal sauce are provided at the self-service counter as well.

Peruvian Poke Bowl, Medium with Quinoa ($15.90)
This is their limited edition bowl for the month (I heard that their limited edition bowls run across 2 months whereby cod fish was served previously). The selling point for this bowl would be their jalapenos sauce which came in a greenish hue that would made you think it was made out of blended vegetables. Upon tasting it though, both my friend and I were blown away by the flavour. It's a mixture of 6 different ingredients including apple cider, miso and jalapenos, the rest of which is kept secret. Their spiciest sauce to date, I felt that it was just the right amount of spice and it was so good that when the staff kindly offered to refill it, I readily said yes. The chunks of salmon were thick and had a good layer of fat, making it very satisfying to sink my teeth into. Cucumbers, onions and diced carrots made up the rest of the dish and while this may sound bland, the quinoa had some sort of spicy mayo and soya sauce within as well. Just be sure to mix the bowl really well though as the bottom of my bowl was far too saltish due to my ignorance of the generous serving of soya sauce embedded within. Overall, it was surprisingly flavourful and satisfying. If not for the price, I would definitely go for the Large in future.
Price: 6/10
Taste: 8.5/10
Overall: 7/10

Pictures of their menu at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B52XsfUghtr/?igshid=1n55ccy19jg5q

I got the Medium ($14.90) which came with 100 grams of salmon sashimi. It does run on the more expensive side for poke, given the quantity and variety of the bowl. The bed of mixed greens had lettuce, mesclun and arugula. It was topped with cubes of apple and beet, dill and fennel with a tangy dressing.

I really quite liked the lettuce mix. The nuttiness of the arugula really paired well with all the other ingredients. The green apple added an interesting crunch against the sashimi. Which was remarkably fresh and sweet. The mild fragrance of the dill really melded well with the fish as well. The dressing; I couldn't quite tell what it was, but it bound together all the flavors of the poke bowl well.

A most interesting take on the poke bowl, very light and healthy indeed. The only thing is the portion size; it would never be satisfying for a hearty eater and isn't what I consider value for money.😂


A Fast food chain from Norway selling salad, wrap, burger and bowl with their signature salmon. Sadly I don’t exciting for the taste. The salmon itself was too small portion to me so I couldn’t really enjoy it a lot.

Got the medium size as I read a review that they would give “a glorious mountain” of fish and it was “soft, juicy and the best they ever had”.

But don’t be fooled, it’s probably the worst salmon bowl I’ve ever had in SG. And you know how many poke bowl restaurants there are in SG. Eat at your own risk.

An Asian style poke bowl containing 100g of cubed raw salmon sashimi seasoned in miso dressing and placed on a bed of Japanese rice with edamane, pickled ginger and cucumbers. Healthy and light, but I was left unsatisfied given its price as the flavours and texture were lacking. But two thumbs up for its contribution towards sustainable farming and minimal carbon footprint through the use of biodegradable bowl and utensils. 👍👍

The Asian Soup (Thai Green Curry) had nice chunks of salmon but could be abit more generous in portion.